“One Small Step on that Journey of Transformation”: Hollins Holds Its Inaugural Leading Equity, Diversity, and Justice Day

“One Small Step on that Journey of Transformation”: Hollins Holds Its Inaugural Leading Equity, Diversity, and Justice Day

“The liberal arts demand this work of leading equity, diversity and justice,” said Hollins President Mary Dana Hinton. “Indeed, today reflects the meaning and purpose of education and our collective responsibility and mutual accountability to all those we encounter.”

New University Chaplain Is Finding Creative Ways To Offer Religious And Spiritual Services During COVID-19

New University Chaplain Is Finding Creative Ways To Offer Religious And Spiritual Services During COVID-19

Catina Martin said that being a university chaplain has been “like a dream. I’m so grateful for life and to be here and to be a part of these students’ paths. I’ve learned so much already.”

Hollins Announces Plans for January Short Term and Spring Term 2021

Hollins Announces Plans for January Short Term and Spring Term 2021

“I am confident that our profound sense of community will sustain us,” said Hollins President Mary Dana Hinton. “I know we have the character and fortitude to persevere in the weeks and months to come.”

Hollins’ Community Garden Opens To Students For The First Time Since March

Hollins’ Community Garden Opens To Students For The First Time Since March

“Gardening in general is like a type of therapy for me, it’s something I’m very passionate about,” said Mackenzie Sessoms ’24, president of the Hollins Community Garden Club. “I enjoy taking care of plant life.”

Moving “Carefully Onward,” Hollins Reopens for Fall Term

Moving “Carefully Onward,” Hollins Reopens for Fall Term

Continuing through August 29, Hollins is welcoming new and returning students back to campus under the theme “Carefully Onward” as part of the school’s comprehensive plan to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.

President Hinton Updates the Campus Community on Fall Reopening Plans

President Hinton Updates the Campus Community on Fall Reopening Plans

“While we continue to move toward a more flexible reopening, the reopening plan continues to be dynamic and ever evolving in response to the pandemic. We fully believe in this community and what it can be if we unite in committing to a Culture of Care to look out for and protect one another.”

Interim President Gray Updates Plans For Fall Reopening

Interim President Gray Updates Plans For Fall Reopening

Hollins University Interim President Nancy Oliver Gray has shared further details on the school’s progress in preparing to resume in person instruction in late August. 

President-Elect Hinton Joins Higher Ed. Leaders, New York Times Magazine to Discuss College This Fall

President-Elect Hinton Joins Higher Ed. Leaders, New York Times Magazine to Discuss College This Fall

Hinton and five other panelists explore “the new realities of life on campus in the midst of a pandemic,” and address what campus life will look like; issues related to working on campus; and how they envision learning will occur.

University Chaplain Offers Hollins Students Encouragement and Support

University Chaplain Offers Hollins Students Encouragement and Support

The Rev. Dr. Jenny Call presents new ways of staying engaged to provide comfort and strength during the coronavirus pandemic.

Discovering Her Passion at Hollins, Mary Daley ’19 Heads To Grad School At Vanderbilt

Discovering Her Passion at Hollins, Mary Daley ’19 Heads To Grad School At Vanderbilt

The business major fell in love with business-to-consumer marketing as an undergrad and is on her way this fall to Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management.

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