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Hollins College

1941

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Hollins Columns (1941 Dec 5), Hollins College Dec 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Dec 5), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: You See in Glance Hour After Dance, Death to Romance—Take Your Advice and You’ll Entice—The Receiving Line Dates Decline—Although He is Gruesome You’ll Be a Cute Twosome—Always It is Who, Tom, James, Ask Will Go With You—Winnie-the-Pooh Has His Eye on You—Campus Doctor Jekylls and Mister Hydes Take All the Men from Prom Trotters’ Sides—Prom Regulations—Who is For Who and Who is For You?


Hollins Columns (1941 Nov 28), Hollins College Nov 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Nov 28), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Prom Features Sherman Hayes—Six Honored by Who’s Who—Mr. Shaffer Talks on “Water Colors”—“The Joyous Season” Will Be Presented Saturday; Faculty and Student Talent Join to Make a Hit—Red Cross Nets High Proceeds—Freshman Class Plans Elections—“Life With Father” Plays in Roanoke—Virgil Fox Plays at Convocation—Hollins Columns Staff—All Play and No Work!—Hollins Stands Alone—The Question Before the House (poem)—World Wind—Under the Dome—Modes…by Maraist—Numerous Activities Entertain Hollins During Thanksgiving Day Celebration—Plans Outlined for Centennial in Convocation—Off the Record—Preview of Christmas ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Nov 14), Hollins College Nov 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Nov 14), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Ruth Talley and Penny Jones Named as Leads in Fall Play—Aims Discussed by Committee—Hollins Riding Club Entertains Spectators With Novel Presentation of Annual Gymkhana—Thanksgiving Festivities Will Offer Varied Entertainment—Frosh Will Give Plays Saturday—Rohner Elected All-State Inner—Plans for Junior Prom Begun, Directed by Vice President—Hollins Columns Staff—For Benefits Received—Free Speech (Letters to the Editor)—We’re In Favor of It (poem)—World Wind—Under the Dome—Hollins Columns Wins State Awards—Prominent Pianist To Perform Here—Lecture Briefs—Seniors Thrill Spectators With Farce of Today and Yesterday—Selling Agencies ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Oct 31), Hollins College Oct 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Oct 31), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Freshman Dramas Will Be Presented on November 15—Stunts to Feature Stupendous Pflmzy—Red Cross Group Starts Knitting—Dr. Wyatt Smart Speaks for Y.W.—Life Photographer Proves to be Life of Party, Snaps Tinker Day Stunts and Mountain Scenery—Cotillion Club Plans Gala Hop—Whelchel Selected Turner Hall Head; Plans Activities—Log Inn Appears on Approved List—Hollins Columns Staff—That Friendly Feeling—Due to a Slight Misunderstanding—World Wind—Under the Dome—Modes…by Maraist—Lecture Briefs—Freshmen Trifle as Ghosts Walk—Vocation Choices Reveal Interests Held By Students—Faculty Dancing Intrigues Spies—Chekov Players ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Oct 17), Hollins College Oct 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Oct 17), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Quartet Opens Fall Concerts at Formal Convocation—Seniors Name Date for Stunt, Class Forum Discusses Plans—Episcopalians Entertained by Roanoke Church Women—June Smith Tells of New Judicial Board Policy—Architect Presents Plans, Trustees Study Blueprints—Red Cross Plans College Roll Call, Ruedi in Charge—Schubert’s “Blossom Time” Plays Roanoke—E.A. Bonnet Here for Short Visit, Describes Situation in Holland—Y.W. Reorganized, Brown Announces—Quiet Hour Improves in West Under New House Presidents—Students Elect Diana Harrison Treasurer of Executive Council: Outstanding Leader Will Be New Officer of Current Session—Com. Ellsberg I.R ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Oct 3), Hollins College Oct 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Oct 3), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Famous Lecturer, Philosopher [Maurice Hindus] Will Speak in Little Theatre: “German, Slav, Anglo-Saxon: Who Will Rule the World,” Will Be the Subject of His Address—Sophomores Plan Tea Dance on October 25 for Freshmen—Carolyn Peters Plans Changes in Constitution—Centennial Celebration Plans Are Set for May 16-19, 1942—Rust Heads Keller Committee; Group Sponsors Hike Saturday: This Committee is Assisting the Athletic Board in Giving a Skating Party October 11—Hollins Starts Red Cross Work—Architect Pope Barney’s Plan for College’s Expansion Calls for Development of South Campus—Calendar of Events—Hollins Columns Staff ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Sept 19), Hollins College Sep 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Sept 19), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Dr. Gallagher Gives Opening Address Friday—“Wonder Women” of ’45 Invade Campus with High Ambitions—My First Day at Hollins—Fourteen Join Faculty Ranks—Introducting:--Group Meetings Teach Freshmen Hollins Handbook—Kites and Pigtails Blossom at Y.W. Party for Freshmen—Open Letter to the Class of ’45—Hollins Columns Staff—Under the Dome—Brilliant Belles Grace West Hall—Refugee Student Finds Southland Like English Home—Don’t Be Amazed—Directory of New Students


Hollins Columns (1941 May 29), Hollins College May 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 May 29), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Books Burning, Tears Flowing: Graduation ’41—Hollins Columns Presents Manager and Column Writer—Final Elections Complete School Year: Roethke Heads Freya; Chief Marshal—Psychology Major in Piano Recital—Famous Tennis Players Give Exhibition at Club—Erica Brown, of Belgium, Elected Y.W.C.A. President—West Goes With the Wind, “Direct Hit” Ventilates Attic—Molly Weeks Heads Riders—Randolph Gives Nine Petitions, Rejects Two—Hollins Columns Staff—Opportunity Knocks—Cleanup Week: Why Not?—A Commencing—World Wind—Under the Dome—Modes By Maraist—Invader Enters Quiet Valley; Carvin Creek Scene of Battle—Students Plan Summer Visits—Hollins ...


Hollins Columns (1941 May 8), Hollins College May 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 May 8), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Ridley and Hardwick Co-Star in Commencement Play May 31st: Dramatic Board Will Present Play in Forest of Arden—Students Support Benefit Festival—Conga Competition Held at Senior Cotillion May 9—White, Lead in Spring Play, Wins Drama Scholarship—Honor Group Taps 4 New Members—Peters Outlines Student Policies—Ruth Dennett Elected to Lead Centennial Class Next Year—Students Choose S.G. Officers—I.R.C. Elects Henri Carter as President for Next Year—Theodore F. Adams, of Richmond, Will Deliver Baccalaureate Sermon: Howard M. Jones Chosen as Commencement Speaker—Rising Sophomores Elect Nancy Cooper as President ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Apr 24), Hollins College Apr 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Apr 24), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Edit[ors of] Hollins Columns (pictures)—A.D.A.’s Vote Metcalfe, Kuntz Into the Purple—I.R.C. Brings British Citizen as Speaker—Six Faculty Take Interesting Trips—Peters and Smith Chosen Leaders for Centennial Year—Student Government Elects Other Important Officers—Final Marriage Lecture Given by Dr. Faith Gordon April 30—Alice Clagett Gives Recital—Riding Club Will Present Show April 26—Turner Hall Fund Will Sponsor Carnival May 3—Hollins Columns Staff—Lament From the Learned—Letters to the Editor—Under the Dome—Mrs. Dunbar Talks on Opportunities of Job Contacts—Richmond Trip Was ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Apr 10), Hollins College Apr 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Apr 10), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Hollins Goes on National Broadcast: NBC Carries Program from Richmond—Legislative Ends Petition Work—Mrs. Reeves Has Party for Seniors—Wieman Speaks on Personality an Democracy—Choral Club in Music Festival—Susan Johnston Heads New Cargoes—Cotillion Club Elects Collings—Play Production Class Rehearses War Play—Second Skating Party Next Saturday—Dramatic Board Selects Last Play [The Lamp and the Bell]—Freya Begins May Day Plans—Dramatic Critic Brings Intimate Theatre Glimpses: John Mason Brown, Traveler, Writer, Theatre-lover and Goer—Freshmen Join Hollins Columns—Hollins Columns Staff—Letters to the Editor—Under the Dome—Dr. Gordon Continues ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Mar 13), Hollins College Mar 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Mar 13), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Josephine Roche Speaks Tonight on “Industrial Democracy”: Former Assistant Secretary of Treasury is Industrialist and Graduate of Vassar—Editor Atkinson Speaks to I.R.C.—New Staff Edits Spring “Cargoes”—Miss Marjorie Browning Will Remain as Instructor—Students Attend Y.W.C.A. Meet: Clagett, Anderson, Harrison Join Group in Richmond—Gordon Leads Marriage Talks—Irwin Edman Urges Students to Continue Studies in Crisis—Roanoke College Boys Brighten Play Rehearsals—Miss Wallace Plans Tea for Freshmen on March 14—Hollins Column Staff—Campus Opinion—Under the Dome—The Clothes Bag—Social Committee Plans More Parties—Bright Smiles ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Feb 27), Hollins College Feb 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Feb 27), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Herionimus Has Hollins Day: Students Serve as Models While American Theme Sets Stage for Styles—Chapel Service Led By Dean: Sweet Briar Head Talks To Hollins Students—Plans for Prom Are Underway—Opera Company Presents “The Yoemen of the Guard”—Red-Blue Game Closes Season—Eminent Philosopher is Convocation Speaker—Hollins College Celebrates Traditional Founder’s Day—27 Candidates For Spinster Selected: Five Candidates in Last Years’s Feature Section; Kent to Make Photographs—Work Begins on Spring Play; Sally White Has Lead: Roanoke College Supplies Actors for “Kind Lady”—“Play Bridge for British” Successful Party Slogan—Hollins ...


Hollins Columns (1941 Feb 13), Hollins College Feb 1941

Hollins Columns (1941 Feb 13), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Blanshard Opens Founder’s Day With Address on Pacifism: Banquet Speakers Honor Three Hollins Presidents; Alumnae Meet Saturday—Hearst Art Objects Bought for Hollins—Cotillion Sets February 28 as Tentative Date for Dance—Spring Play Held March 15—March 7 Set As Date for “Hollins Day” at Heironimus—Students Knit, Raise Money for British War Relief—Stay off the Grass; We Want It to Last—Miss French Helps Cabinet for Improved Y.W.C.A—Curricular Committee Investigates Lowered Academic Standards: Reason Sought in Campus Organizations—Hollins Basketball Team Attends Tri-College Play Day—Hollins Columns Staff—Letters ...