Hollins Alumnae Relations is offering free virtual events for all alumnae/i. Join us for these upcoming events:
Led by alumnae Debra Susan Abbott and Marianne Bingham Rowe both class of 1974. This offering is a journey of individual and collective learning, discovery, and reflection based on the group’s reading of Caste: The Origins of our Discontents by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson.
The group will meet every 2 weeks for 3 months on Monday starting on September 13 from 6:30-8 p.m. (Eastern) / 5:30-7 p.m. (Central) / 3:30-5 p.m. (Pacific).
Participants are committed to asking “what do I need to change in myself” in service of bringing our culture to a new level of relationship and a high level of being with each other that holds each and every being in reverence for their life, talents, and gifts. Class size is limited to 12 participants.
UPDATE: The first cohort is currently full. Please be on the lookout for a winter cohort.
In case you missed it!
Here are recordings of past virtual events.
“Building Your Legacy” Panel
“What’s Going On in Hollins Athletics” with Myra Sims, Director of Athletics
Author reading & Conversation with Valerie James Abbott ’93 (presented by Hollins Richmond Chapter):
The Pandemic & Casual Friendships with Professor Heather Derrick
“Writing the Hollins Way” with Rebekah Manley M.F.A. ’11
Meet the “Hollins University Working Group on Slavery and Its Contemporary Legacies”
“A Better Year with Batten Leadership Institute” with Executive Director of BLI Abrina Schnurman
“Leap out of 2020 and into 2021: Reenergize yourself for what’s ahead” with Anne Altizer ’85
“What I Did During J-Term 2021” Student Panel
An Evening with President Mary Dana Hinton & Ann Compton ’69
Hollins Happy Hour: An Evening with Balli Kaur Jaswal ’04
Hollins Happy Hour: Campus Life During Global Pandemic
Hollins Happy Hour: Study Abroad Today
Hollins Happy Hour: Hollins Through The Decades (Alumnae/i Panel)
Learning How to Tell Good Lies: A Conversation with Jeanne Larson