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President Hinton’s Statement On ICE Guidelines Affecting International Students

President Hinton’s Statement On ICE Guidelines Affecting International Students

“The Hollins community stands with our international students in opposition to this policy, and supports the Association of American Universities, NASPA, and the American Council for Education in speaking out against this policy. We decry the unnecessarily difficult position in which our students, and the more than one million international students nationally, have been placed.”

Film Major’s LGBT Short Is a YouTube Sensation

Film Major’s LGBT Short Is a YouTube Sensation

A student filmmaker is generating impressive online buzz with her unconventional approach to the LGBT movie genre. “Collide” by Hannah Thompson ’20 has been viewed on YouTube more than 510,000 times.

GWS Major to Help Further Awareness, Deliver Resources to Stop Intimate Partner Violence

GWS Major to Help Further Awareness, Deliver Resources to Stop Intimate Partner Violence

Whitney McWilliams ’18, a gender and women’s studies major and social justice minor who graduated in May, is joining Day One, a New York City nonprofit serving young people who have suffered from dating abuse and domestic violence.

Hollins Hosts Universities Studying Slavery Spring Meeting

Hollins Hosts Universities Studying Slavery Spring Meeting

“Reckoning with these issues is no easy task. But if we are to grow and evolve as institutions of higher learning, we cannot ignore or hide from our past.”

Student Brings Advocacy to Va. Board for People with Disabilities

Alexus Smith ’19 seeks to foster greater awareness of the issues that people with disabilities face. Now, she will be taking her activism to a statewide level, thanks to her appointment to the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities.

Sophomore from Nepal Helps New International Students Feel at Home

Grishma Bhattarai ’20 is drawing upon her positive experiences last year as a first-year student from Nepal to create a family atmosphere for new international students.

President Lawrence’s Statement on Charlottesville

President Lawrence’s Statement on Charlottesville

President Lawrence commented on the violence in Charlottesville, stating, “We are a proud nation that exemplifies multiracial and multiethnic democracy. We must stand together when any group takes that away from us.”

Hollins Honors the University’s Founder and Sustainers

Hollins Honors the University’s Founder and Sustainers

Hollins commemorated Founder’s Day and the university’s 175th anniversary by paying tribute to all who played a crucial role in its history during Hollins Day: Celebrating 175 Years.

Gray Leads Forum on College Presidents’ Role in Promoting Campus Inclusivity

Gray Leads Forum on College Presidents’ Role in Promoting Campus Inclusivity

With a focus on shaping a welcoming, inclusive campus culture, Hollins President Nancy Gray moderated the first-ever Presidential Forum on Diversity and Inclusion at the 2017 Presidents Institute, presented by The Council of Independent Colleges.

Hollins Appoints Special Advisor on Inclusivity and Diversity

Hollins Appoints Special Advisor on Inclusivity and Diversity

Hollins has named Idella Goodson Glenn as Special Advisor on Inclusivity and Diversity. She will have oversight of and coordinate all inclusivity and diversity activities and programs at the university.

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