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Hollins University

1935

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Hollins Student Life (1935 Dec 19), Hollins College Dec 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Dec 19), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Elizabeth Matthews is Madonna in Pageant—A Conglomeration (poem)—Annual Y.W. Christmas Party Held in Keller—The “Wittiest of the Witty” Present Stunt—Mother Goose Gets High (poem)—Iturbi Grants Interview to Hollins Reporter—Music Students Present Christmas Concert


Hollins Student Life (1935 Dec 5), Hollins College Dec 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Dec 5), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Junior Class Will Sponsor Dasant and Formal Saturday: Dan Gregory’s Orchestra to Play for Dance Set—Freshman Class Elects Officers for the Year—Bairnsfather Presents Lecture in Roanoke—José Iturbi, Noted Pianist, Will Play in Roanoke: First Artist to Appear This Season—First Issue of “Cargoes” Shows Literary Ability—International Relations Club Presents Mr. Lane: Discussion Centers on War Munitions—New Bulletin Board System is to go Into Effect Soon—Jackson and Thompkins Receive Dramatic Award—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Lane Speaks Here on “Women in Chemistry”—Society—Mary Anne Nettleton Makes Alumnae Survey ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 Nov 21), Hollins College Nov 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Nov 21), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: National Academy of Science Meeting at Charlottesville: Two Nobel Prize Winners Deliver Addresses—Miss Junkin Resigns Her Position at Hollins—Dramatic Association to Present Fall Play: “Ivory Door” Has an Excellent Cast—Seniors Discuss Plans for Fashion Show: Forum Votes to Hold Show in March—Freshmen Defeat Seniors in Championship Game—Mrs. Hedi Katz Speaks at I.R.C. Meeting—Dr. Janney Lectures on Trip to Palestine: Describes Pyramids of Ancient Egypt—Miss Rose Terlin Visits on Hollins Campus: Noted Economist Has Discussion Groups—Dr. Dayton C. Miller Gives Address on “Pipes of Pan”: Traces History of ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 Oct 30), Hollins College Oct 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Oct 30), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Dimnet, Noted Writer, Will Give Address Here: Speech is First Upon Arrival in America—Hollins Celebrates Peaceable Halloween—Honorary Organization Presented to Students: Harriet Ann Jackson Speaks on Freya—Norman Angell Speaks at Roanoke College—Play Production Class Directs Freshman Plays—Dr. Kathleen Bruce Goes to Historical Meeting—Senior Class Returns from Western Front: Faculty Take-offs are Greatly Appreciated—Freshmen Attend Tea at V.P.I. Sunday—V.I.P.A. Convention to be Held at Harrisonburg: Ninth Annual Meeting to be November 1 and 2—Dr. George A. Butterick Comes to Hollins Soon—Hollins Student Life ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 Oct 9), Hollins College Oct 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Oct 9), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Kathryn Meisle, Contralto, to Present Concert Here: Music Board Will Sponsor Metropolitan Star—Collegiate Digest is Introduced on Campus—Honor Students for 1934-35 Announced—Y.W.C.A. Organizes Committees for Year—Recording of Officers Given in Final List—New Faculty Members Introduced on Campus—Kathryn Lavinder Leads First Senior Forum—Happy Birthday! “Miss Matty’s” Birthday Celebrated Here Today: Was President of Hollins for Thirty-Two Years—Monogram Club Elects Berkeley as President—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Society—Music Notes—Campus Crumbs—Alumnae News—New A.D.A. Members Give Stunt in Keller—Cotillion Club ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 Sept 19), Hollins College Sep 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Sept 19), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Reporter Answers Freshman Questions—“Student Life” Editor Welcomes Freshmen—Florence Shelley Brings Message to Freshmen—Group Leaders Meet With Freshmen—Junior President Greets Freshmen—Directory of New Students


Hollins Student Life (1935 Jun 10), Hollins College Jun 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Jun 10), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Miss Randolph Announces Faculty Changes for Year: Miss Leslie Blanchard is Dean for Coming Year—What the Funkhouser Award Means to Hollins—Athletic Board Adopts New Monogram System—Program of Final Events—Alumnae Hold Reunions During Commencement—Miss Maddrey Entertains for the Group Leaders—Plans for Next Year Discussed by Y.W.—Senior Class Day Program Held This Morning in Garden—Last Cotillion Given in Honor of Students—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Society—Campus Crumbs—Seniors (pictures)—A.D.A. Elects Peace as New President


Hollins Student Life (1935 May 16), Hollins College May 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 May 16), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Student Council Installed in Impressive Ceremony: Shelley Takes Over Duties as President of [Student Government]—Dr. Anton Lang Gives Illustrated Talk—Block, Lewis to Speak at Commencement—Cast is Chosen for “Twelfth Night”—Mrs. Kinsolving Gives Poetry Reading Here—Writers’ Club Has Guest Speaker Sunday Night—Va. Academy of Science Meets in Richmond—Freshman Debaters Win Over William and Mary—May Day Celebration is Gala Occasion at Hollins: Carol Faulkner Reigns as Queen of the Event—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Society—University Glee Club Sings in Concert Here—Campus Crumbs—May Day 1935 (Pictures)—Penny ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 May 1), Hollins College May 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 May 1), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Fifth Annual Horse Show Proves to be Big Success: Leelia Reynolds Wins Cup for Best Horsemanship—S. Worsham to Review Work of Jane Spence—Virginia Academy of Science to Meet—Many Couples Enjoy Sophomore Dances—Bates Saunders, Nelson to Edit Publications: Other Organization and Class Officers Elected—Student Representatives Tell of Conferences—Peery to be Queen of Dogwood Festival—Dr. M.P. Smith Presents Report on Student Petitions: Two of Petitions Will Be Effective in Near Future—Winnie Weaver to be Festival Princess—Hollins Student Life Staff-Student Forum—Y.W.C.A. Notes—Spring Issue of Cargoes ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 Mar 20), Hollins College Mar 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Mar 20), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Dramatic Board Presents Spring Play Saturday Night: Gives Gertrude Ton Konogy’s “Three Cornered Moon”—Mr. Rath, Mr. Bolger Play at Convocation—Dr. C.W. Gilkey Gives Series of Lectures: Compares Phases of Religion With College—Huxley, Famous Scientist, Gives Lecture Here—Shelley to Succeed Turner: Florence Shelley Voted 1935-36 S.G. President: Has Played Prominent Part on Campus—Orchesis Makes Debut; Miss White to Dance—April 13 Chosen for Prom Set Includes Dansant: Jelly Leftwich With His Orchestra to Play—Spring Will Sponsor the Spring Fashion Show—Donald Bolger, Pianist, Wins Preliminary Contests: Final Recital April ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 Feb 26), Hollins College Feb 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Feb 26), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Annual Alumnae Council Discuss “Women in the New Era”: Dean B. Cronkhite Delivers Introductory Address—Miss Jane Goodloe Talks on “Modern Germany”: States Two Reasons for Hitler’s Success—Dr. Charles Gilkey Will Speak Here Next Week—Roanoke Group Presents “The Mikado” Here—Career Conference to be Held in New York—“Three Cornered Moon” is to be Spring Play—Doctor Gordon W. Laing Gives Founder’s Day Speech: Shows Values of Devoting Leisure to Literature—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Group Visits Mr. Stone’s Valuable Library—Athletics—Campus Crumbs—Cotillion Club Holds Second Dance in ...


Hollins Student Life (1935 Feb 8), Hollins College Feb 1935

Hollins Student Life (1935 Feb 8), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Susannah Turner Reports on N.S.F.A. Conference: Discusses Advantages of Hollins Membership—Freshmen Elect Miss Wood as Sponsor—Poem by Miss Parmenter Published Recently—Rath, Miss Egolf Give Two-Piano Recital—La Follette to Speak on “The Washington Scene”: Senator Robert La Follette Jr. Speaks in Salem—Religious Conference to Meet at W. and L.—Rev. James and Singers to Present Program—Hollins College Acquires U.S. Post Office—Two of Faculty Attend Peace Conference—Carnegie Foundation Gives Music and Art Equipment: Sets Include Books, Music, Pictures, Phonograph—Ballet Russe Will Be Presented in Roanoke—Hollins ...