Sullivan Promoted to Full-Time XC/Track & Field Coach

Sullivan Promoted to Full-Time XC/Track & Field Coach

“Robert Sullivan Jr.’s experience as a high school coach, his strong leadership skills, and his diligent approach make him a great fit for Hollins,” said Director of Athletics Myra Sims. “Our student-athletes will enjoy tremendous benefit from having access to him on a full-time basis.”

Hollins Celebrates The Life And Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Hollins Celebrates The Life And Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Members of the Hollins community are paying tribute to the civil rights leader with two special video programs.

International Film Festival Bestows Honors on Hollins Playwright’s Work

International Film Festival Bestows Honors on Hollins Playwright’s Work

Samantha Macher M.F.A. ’12 was presented the Gold Award for Best Writer for “To the New Girl” by the Queen Palm International Film Festival. The film is based on the critically acclaimed play of the same name that she wrote in 2010.

SW Virginia Is A Lyme Disease Hotspot. Hollins’ “Tick Lady” And Student Researchers Are Discovering Why.

SW Virginia Is A Lyme Disease Hotspot. Hollins’ “Tick Lady” And Student Researchers Are Discovering Why.

Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Elizabeth Gleim’s passion is studying tick-borne diseases, and she has been especially excited to provide research opportunities in both the lab and the field for Hollins students.

President Hinton’s Statement On U.S. Capitol Riots

President Hinton’s Statement On U.S. Capitol Riots

“Today, more than ever before, we must embrace the call of our mission,” Hollins President Mary Dana Hinton said in a message to the campus community. “What we do each day counters fear mongering, hate-filled actions, injustice, and threats to democracy. With my whole heart I believe that when we learn, live, and love together, we are the counternarrative to what we saw unfold.”

Hollins Announces Robust Calendar of Online Activities and Events for J-Term

Hollins Announces Robust Calendar of Online Activities and Events for J-Term

As students rejuvenate from a challenging fall semester and prepare for what will be an equally demanding spring semester by enjoying an extended Winter Break, they will be able to remain engaged and connected, both academic and socially.

2021 Hollins-Mill Mountain Winter Festival of New Works Goes Virtual

2021 Hollins-Mill Mountain Winter Festival of New Works Goes Virtual

The Hollins-Mill Mountain Winter Festival of New Works, which each January showcases compelling new plays by students from the Playwright’s Lab at Hollins University, is headed online this year with two fully produced plays and two thesis play readings presented via Zoom livestream.

Hollins Joins in Partnership to Advance Racial Equity in Higher Education

Hollins Joins in Partnership to Advance Racial Equity in Higher Education

“Having Hollins be an inaugural member of LACRELA signals our proactive and ongoing commitment to ensuring we are at the forefront of inclusion work in higher education,” said Hollins President Mary Dana Hinton. “We are pleased to be in the company of these other leading liberal arts institutions in our shared pursuit of equity and justice.”

Friendship, Empowerment Triumph Over Bad Dates in New Picture Book by Children’s Lit Alumna

Friendship, Empowerment Triumph Over Bad Dates in New Picture Book by Children’s Lit Alumna

“Alexandra and the Awful, Awkward, No Fun, Truly Bad Dates: A Picture Book Parody for Adults” is a hilarious take on dating horror stories in which the title character embarks on 30 bad dates in 30 days. At its core, it’s also a heartwarming tale.

President Hinton Honored As Winner of Courageous Leadership Award

President Hinton Honored As Winner of Courageous Leadership Award

The award is given by Credo, a higher education consulting firm that works with independent colleges and universities, and recognizes an innovative leader in independent higher education.

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