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Hollins College

1943

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Hollins Columns (1943 Dec 10), Hollins College Dec 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Dec 10), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Recitals Given by Hugh Hodgson—Dr. F.P. Gaines Addresses Campus—“Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men” is Dream of War-Torn World This Year—Benefit Party Held in Keller—Christmas Tea to be Held Sunday—Juniors Entertain Service Men—Music Students to Give Regular Monthly Recital—Freshmen Hold Elections for Class Officers—Dramatic Club Gives Pageant—Annual Children’s Party Given by Hollins “Y”—Calendar of Events—Hollins Columns Staff—Editorial—Merry Christmas! (poem)—Under the Dome—On the Ball—Schroeder Speaker Here Sunday—Cezanne Featured in Art Exhibit—Happy Birthday! (December Birthdays)—Senior Spotlight—Hockey ...


Hollins Columns (1943 Nov 19), Hollins College Nov 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Nov 19), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Digest of News—Dr. Nash Speaks at Convocation—Students Urged to Boost Fund—Thanksgiving Day Anticipated; Banquet Highlights Day—War Fund Drive Goes Over the Top—Oscar Wilde’s “Importance of Being Earnest” To Be Given Saturday in the Little Theatre—Odd-Even Hockey Game Ends Hockey Season—Eight to Appear in Collegiate “Who’s Who”—Plans Completed to Feed Children—Hollins Columns Staff—World Wind—Our Day (poem)—Editorial—Under the Dome—The Students Discuss: The Significance of Miss Applebee’s Visit—Large Crowd Sees “Porgy and Bess”—Smith, Gay, Davidson Become Freya Members—Senior Spotlight—Freshman ...


Hollins Columns (1943 Oct 29), Hollins College Oct 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Oct 29), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: WSSF Speaker Visits Campus—“Spinster” Plans for ’44 Revealed; Wartime Modifications Necessary—Cast for Plays is Announced—Results of Vocational Survey—Germination of a Kernel!?!—Hollins Praised by News Analyst—Y.W.C.A. Speaker Arrives Sunday—New Cadet Nursing Plan Presented by Miss Black—Halloween Hobgoblins Haunt Hollins; Skeletons Send Sinister Shivers—Hollins Columns Staff—World Wind—The Evil Hour (poem)—Editorial—Under the Dome—On the Ball—Mrs. Barnes Solicits Student Writers—First Carnegie Tea Held Recently—Senior Spotlight—Week-end, Week-out—Hikes to Promote Physical Fitness—The Students Discuss: Hollins’ War Fund Drive—Heironimus Says


Hollins Columns (1943 Oct 8), Hollins College Oct 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Oct 8), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: “Russia as a World Power” Vera Dean’s Subject—Independent Unit Is Established—Music Recital Held in Little Theatre—Davis to Head Junior Class—“Y” Membership Tea Held Tuesday—Athletic Association Initiates Physical Fitness Program; New Clubs Organized; Every One Asked to Participate—Sophomore Dance Tomorrow Headed by Lane Winship—New Bus Schedule Now in Effect—New Teacher Arrives—Cargoes Continues Publication—Hollins Columns Staff—World Wind—The Vicious Month (poem)—Editorial—Under the Dome—On the Ball—Bishop of Mexico Speaks Here—Two New Members Join “Cargoes” Staff—Choir Will Sing in Roanoke—October’s Child ...


Hollins Columns (1943 Sept 18), Hollins College Sep 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Sept 18), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Digest of News—13 New Members Join School Staff—Introducing—Freshmen Pack Ambition, Ability Along with Braemers, Tweeds—Don’ts and Do’s to End All Boos—Y.W.C.A. to Give Party Tonight—Dr. Charles Smith Gives Address—Group Leaders Welcome Freshmen—Calendar of Events—Hollins Columns Staff—Under the Dome—Directory of New Students


Hollins Columns (1943 May 21), Hollins College May 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 May 21), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Campbell Wins Swim Meet—Art Classes Give Exhibit—Students Dedicate Outdoor Fireplace—Cinema Guild Gives Mystery Showing—Miss Williamson Talks on Jefferson—Betty Chinn Renders Recital—Dr. Bok Honors Copernicus—Dean of U.N.C. To Speak Here—Nancy McIntosh Wins Again—Class Officers are Elected—Cotillion Club Gives Last Dance—Senior Piano Program Presented by Wilson—Hollins Columns Staff—Lament from the Learned—Commencement, 1943 (poem)—World Wind—Under the Dome—Frills and Frollics—Music Students Give Recital on May 12—Summer Study on Ph.D Planned by Miss Thelen—The Face is Familiar—Skirting the ...


Hollins Columns (1943 May 7), Hollins College May 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 May 7), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: New Staff Edits Paper—Winship, O’Herron Head Upper Classes—Riding Club Gives 13th Annual Show; R.E. Hunt, Hubert Wright Preside—“As You Like It” to be Presented—Crown Edie Hobson Queen of May—Bryan Elected Choir President—Freya Honors Three Juniors—Virginia Kidd Gives Recital—War Bond Sale Hits New High—Smith and New Council Take Oath of Office—Calendar—Hollins Columns Staff—Editorial—World Wind—Maytime Madrigal (poem)—Under the Dome—Frills and Frolics—A.A.U.W. Meeting Includes Seniors—Heironimus Says—Choral Club Will Present Program—Curie Speaker Talks to Club ...


Hollins Columns (1943 Apr 23), Hollins College Apr 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Apr 23), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Officers Elected to Occupy Student Government Posts—Barrow, McClenny Present Recitals—Schedule of Events—Students Enjoy Sun Bathing—Y.W. Announces Future Plans—Annual Staff Elects Cay—Pearson Named for Legislative—McIntosh, Day Organize Club—Marjorie Fay Underhill to Edit “Hollins Columns”—Demarest, Cole Become Officers—Mary V. Curtis Gives Recital—Finn Elected Soph President—Hammel Chooses “Cargoes” Staff—Seniors Present Plan for Defense—Hollins Columns Staff—Taboo on Class Cutting?—Rhymes About the Sun (poem)—World Wind—Under the Dome—Miss Parkinson Recalls First World War—Horse Fiesta! Come or Else—Frills and Frolics—Florence Milyko ...


Hollins Columns (1943 Mar 26), Hollins College Mar 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Mar 26), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: McVitty Gives Incunabula to Cocke Memorial Library—Orchesis Presents Dance Recital—Dr. Colston Warne Gives Convocation—Humanities Group to Hear Miss Moore—Hammel Elected “Cargoes” Editor—Mr. Cowan Talks to Y.W. Members—Marguerita Zapoleon Addresses Students—WAVES and SPARS Officers Will Address Senior Class—Music Students Give Program—Mrs. Haris Speaks About Mercy House—Music Majors Plan Senior Recitals—Hollins Columns Staff—We Have a Suggestion—The Sophomores’ Sacrifice—Spring? (poem)—World Wind—Under the Dome—Skirting the Field—Miss Dilley Speaks at Senior Forum—Sophs Present Rooming Plan—Dean Sarratt to Talk Here—Tournaments Draw ...


Hollins Columns (1943 Mar 12), Hollins College Mar 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Mar 12), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Student Association Elects M. F. Smith—Dr. No-Yong Park Conducts Class—Dean Announces Vacation—Plans Presented for Senior Forums—Heironimus Has Hollins Day—Surprise!—Hollins on the Defensive—Neka Thomas Accepts Cup for Triumphant Blue Team—Cotillion Holds Second Dance—Hollins Columns Staff—Credo for Hollins Girls in Wartime—William Wallace Waterman (poem)—T-House Tales—On the Ball—En Ville—Hollins Struck by Saboteurs—Juniors Strung Along By Cap-Gown Sisters—West Committee’s Social Activity—Roll Your Own!—Spring Man-Neuvers—Campus Characters—Contest for Playwrights—Preparation for Future Occupations of Hollins Students


Hollins Columns (1943 Feb 26), Hollins College Feb 1943

Hollins Columns (1943 Feb 26), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Publications Reduce Expenses, Students Approve Plan—Dr. Thomas Speaker on Founder’s Day—Hollins Changes Policy for Summer Study—Katherine Bacon Comes to Hollins—Curriculum Committee Gives Plans for Campus War Work—Constance Wardle Renders Recital—Ballet Saturday at Academy of Music—Open Letter to the Student Body—Schedule of Events—Hollins Columns Staff—Our Economy Program—World Wind—Weather Report (poem)—One-Third or Sixty Per Cent—Under the Dome—Skirting the Field—Heironimus Says—Civil Service Jobs Open to Students—Thirty Marriages Blast Old Theory—Executive Council and Group Leaders Discuss Orientation Program—Dr. Nathaniel Peffer ...