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Hollins University

1933

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Hollins Student Life (1933 Dec 19), Hollins College Dec 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Dec 19), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Investigation of Activities and Curriculum Initiated: Classes Present Petition in Hope of Improving Conditions—Dr. M’Collum Speaks at Science Meeting: Subject is Knowledge of Nutrition—Faculty Entertain Students With Parties—Dr. Randolph Attends Education Conferences—N.S.F.A. Convention to Meet in Washington—Y.W.C.A. Appoints Freshman Commission—Dorothy Donovan Portrays Madonna in Christmas Play: Pageant by Ye Merrie Masquers Was Given in the Little Theatre—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Dr. Hutchins Speaks on Giotto as Decorator—Choir to Sing Carols Early Tomorrow Morn—Freshman Class Choose Officers—Campus Crumbs—New ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Dec 2), Hollins College Dec 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Dec 2), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Trustees Give Reception for Dr. Randolph—Teams Celebrate Game at the Annual Banquet—Class Projects to be Theme of Senior Forum—Chemical Society to Meet Here Soon—Evens Win Fall Archery Tournament—History of Hockey at Hollins—Roanoke Symphony Gives First Concert—Dramatic Board Presents “The Enchanted April”—Evens Defeat Odds 4-2: Makes Tenth Consecutive Victory for Evens Team—Hollins Student Life Staff—Miss Farnsworth Discusses “Matter” in Convocation—Crawford Murder Case Comes To Trial: Students Asked to Take Action in Vote—Society—Campus Crumbs—Municipal Finance Programs are to be Broadcast over N.B.C.—Dr ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Nov 8), Hollins College Nov 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Nov 8), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Juniors Present Plants for College Dance in December: Arrangements Well Underway, Committee Reports—President Randolph Visits Colleges and Century of Progress—V.I.P.A. Elects Officers, Awards Trophies at Meet—Freya Changes are Made Public at Convocation—“The Enchanted April” is Chosen as Fall Play—German Student Speaks on Nazi Party Evolution—Trustees to Give Reception for President Randolph—Dr. Poteat States: “Moral Dualism is Modern Difficulty”—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Medical Aptitude Tests to be Given—Riders Try Paper Chasing Cross Country—Calendar for November, 1933—Doll Sweet Discusses Italy in I.R ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Oct 26), Hollins College Oct 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Oct 26), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Pictures Presented to the College by the Class of 1933: A Wide Selection of Famous Artists is Made—Graves Shows Horses at County Fair—Faculty Members Elected Fellows in A.A.A.S—President Randolph Visits in Chicago—Count Correa Mystifies Audience With Tricks—Juniors Announce December Dance—M.A. Nettleton Leads I.R.C. Discussion—“Spinster” Pictures to be Taken Next Week—Arthur Henderson Jr. Speaks on Vital World Question—Petition to Play Radios in Quiet Hours Approved: Study Conditions Must be Maintained—Library Makes New Book-Borrowing Rule—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—I.R ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Oct 9), Hollins College Oct 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Oct 9), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Happy Birthday Miss Matty Cocke!—President Addresses the Student Body on Public Relations: Colleges Must Contribute Trained Citizens to the World—Great Building Progress Made During Miss Matty’s Presidency—College Celebrates “Miss Matty’s” Birthday Today—V.I.P.A. Convention to Meet in Richmond October 27th and 28th—Dr. John Finley, of New York Times, Congratulates President Emerita—International Club Elects President—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Mr. Bolger Opens Drawing Room Recital Series—Riding Club Plans for Year Discussed—E.G. Brown Elected to Legislative Committee—Calendar for October—Freehand Drawing ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Sept 28), Hollins College Sep 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Sept 28), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Welcome to Hollins!—President Randolph Greets Student Body: Stresses the Responsibility of Fearless, Clear Thought—Appointments Made to Faculty During Summer—Our New President: Dr. Bessie Carter Randolph (picture)—“Always Our Miss Matty”—The College Session is Formally Opened: Dr. Howard E. Rondthaler Speaks on “These Amazing Days”—Trustees Elect New President of College: Prominent Alumna Comes from Florida State College for Women to Accept Position—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Honor Students Named for 1932-33 Session—Y.W.C.A. Entertains College With Party—Freshman Alphabet—Dr. Hearsey Enjoys Interesting Trip Abroad—Merrie Masquers Ask ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Sept 19), Hollins College Sep 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Sept 19), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Welcome to ’37 from “Student Life”—Program Announced for Opening Week—Reporter Answers Freshman Questions—Group Leaders to Hold Meetings—Junior Message to Sister Class-Y.W.C.A. to Give Annual Reception—Mid Reynolds Greets Class of ’37—Directions for Finding Classrooms—Directory of New Students


Hollins Student Life (1933 Jun 5), Hollins College Jun 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Jun 5), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Vol. 5, No. 15 (June 5, 1933)

Table of Contents: Annual Class Day Exercises Were Held This Morning: Page Rude, President, Spoke For Her Class—Rosamond Larmour Wins Colonial Dames Prize—Commencement Play Presented by the Dramatic Association—Bonfire Will Be Held Tonight—Caroline von Humboldt to be Exchange Student—Dr. Walters to Deliver Commencement Address—Senior Vesper Service Held Sunday Evening—Senior Pianists Give Series of Graduation Recitals—Group Leaders Hold Meeting—Portrait of Professor Rath Unveiled—Four Classes Are Holding Reunions This Weekend: Alumnae Association Holds Annual Meeting—Rabbi Mendoza Delivers Baccalaureate Sermon—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 May 20), Hollins College May 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 May 20), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Hollins Joints Jefferson High in Promoting Play Day: One Hundred Girls Will Participate—Dr. M. P. Smith Discusses “Cap and Gown” Cabinet”—Professor Rath Presents Pupils in Spring Concert—Miss Parmenter Receives Ph.D.—Last Senior Forum of the Class of ’33—Commencement Program—Athletic Board Announces New Policy: Appointments Made—Council Members for the New Year Are Installed: Both Presidents Make Speeches—Seniors Win Meet for Fourth Time: Odds Defeat Evens in Baseball—Hollins Student Life Staff Staff—Student Forum—[Summer] Camps in Europe Offer Opportunity—Debating Club Combines with International Club—Original Compositions to be ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 May 6), Hollins College May 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 May 6), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Administration Acts on the Student Petitions: Arrangements Made for Foreign Study—Play Day Schedule Made for High School—“Hearts and Blossoms” Given at Troutville—Endowment Day Plans Are Underway—The New Spinster Appears Today—Miss Fanona Knox Visits Chicago—Class Officers Are Elected for 1933-34: Riding Club Offices Filled—Peyton University Crowns Betty Neal—May Day Celebrated in Norse Pageant: Page Rudd Reigns as Queen Gudrid—Jean Bird Gives Recital, Broadcasts Continue—Hollins Student Life Staff Staff—Campus Crumbs—Alumnae News—Scenes From May Day (pictures)—Riders Win Awards in Horse Show—Society—Goethe Film Shown Here ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Apr 29), Hollins College Apr 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Apr 29), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Third Annual Horse Show to be Held This Afternoon: Fourteen Classes Arranged, Forty Outside Entries—Industrial Girls Stage Two Plays—Tinka Strauss Speaks at Convocation: Describes German Education and Youth Movement—Interesting Statistics—Hollins Represented at Southeastern Conference: International Relations Clubs Meet in Atlanta—Legislative Board Presents Report: Three Petitions Granted for the Coming Year—Hollins Debaters Win Over W. & M.—Mildred Reynolds Elected S.I.A.S.G. President: Other Offices Filled for the Year 1933-34—Seniors Entertained by President Cocke—Hollins Student Life Staff Staff—Student Forum—Music Notes—Tinka Strauss Tells of German Social ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Apr 8), Hollins College Apr 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Apr 8), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Sophomores Sponsor Dance in Gymnasium Tonight: Don Deforest’s Orchestra to Furnish the Music—Two Memorial Trees Presented to College—Page Rudd Reports on Junior Month—Dr. Marguerite Hearsey Receives Award—Elected President: Mildred Reynolds—S.I.A.S.G. Convenes at Randolph-Macon—Dean Williamson Returns from Extended Visiting Trip—Mrs. Blakely Discusses Prohibition Reform: The Virginia Situation Not Yet Solved, She Says—Peasant Revolt Presented to College—Mrs. Brown is Speaker at the International Club: Foreign University Life Compared With American-German Student to Visit Hollins—The Cost of Crime—Hollins Student Life Staff Staff—Student Forum ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Mar 11), Hollins College Mar 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Mar 11), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: C.W.E. Institute Speakers Deliver Addresses Here: National and International Problems Discussed—Sue Hastings Brings Marionettes to Hollins—Miss Mary W. Scott to Talk on Art—Mrs. Reeves Visits Alumnae Chapters—Dr. Hearsey Address Preparatory Schools—Third Hollins Program is Broadcast from Station WDBJ: Music Board Sponsors Students in Series of Recitals—Yemassee-Mochican Game to Be Played: Annual Red-Blue Battle Eagerly Anticipated This Afternoon—“Little Women” is to be Presented—Another Degree—The Athletic Point System is Abolished—Dean Estes Cocke Holds Convocation—German Art Exhibit is Shown in Presser Hall: Prints are Representative of Many ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Feb 25), Hollins College Feb 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Feb 25), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Faculty Players Amuse College in Short Skits: Ninety-Five Dollars is Given to the Cabin Fund—Collection of Silver Shown by Gorham—Founder’s Day is Celebrated: The Alumnae Council Meets. Election of Officers Held—Mr. Bolger Opens Hollins Broadcasts—German Art Exhibit to be Displayed—Cast Selected for “Little Women”—Founder’s Day Banquet was an Enjoyable Event: The Choral Club Entertained—A.A.U.W. to Sponsor “First Mrs. Fraser”—Roosevelt Presents Autographed Picture—The Liberal College is Timely Subject of Dr. Robt. Kelly: Must Produce Leaders, He Says, In Series of Addresses—Miss Florence Jackson ...


Hollins Student Life (1933 Feb 11), Hollins College Feb 1933

Hollins Student Life (1933 Feb 11), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Religious Trends is Timely Subject of Miss Carter: Outlines Main Aspects of Present-Day Religion—International Club Sponsors Speakers—Alumnae Council Plans Meeting for Next Weekend: “The Place of the Liberal Arts College in a Changing World” to be Theme—Distribute Proceeds of the Class Dance—Banking Still Sound—Athletic Board to Sell Food in Keller—“Enter Madame” Given by the Virginia Players—Dr. Archie Palmer Delivers Talk on “Self-Education”: Recommends Chair of Loafing to Prepare for Use of Leisure—Seniors Make Plans for Founder’s Day—Fine for Feeling—Dr. Duvall Will Present Series of Religious Talks ...