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Hollins University

1936

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Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 18), Hollins College Dec 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 18), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Santa Claus Visits Hollins (poem)—White Christmas (poem)—A Nightmare (poem)—Under the Dome—Elizabeth Williams is Madonna in Pageant—Is There a Santa Claus?—Hollins Campus Signs “What Price Vacation?”—Two New Members Join the Society of A.D.A.


Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 2), Hollins College Dec 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 2), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Jeannette Rankin Speaks in Convocation on Peace: Well Known as Peace and Social Service Worker—New Exhibitions Placed in Presser and Keller—Carola Goya Portrays Spanish Dance Spirit: Character Studies Delight Audience—Cargoes Staff Presents Session’s First Issue—Faculty Members Attend Educational Meetings: Conferences Held in Washington and Richmond—Mr. Canaday Interprets Modern Trend in Art—Russo-German Relations Discussed By Club: Significance Seen in Military Facts—Dr. Beverly D. Tucker Secured for Lectures—Dance Committee Reveals Decoration Plans for Prom: Ice and Snow Will Carry Out Arctic Theme—Riding Club Takes in Twelve New Members—Hollins ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Nov 18), Hollins College Nov 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Nov 18), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Dramatic Association Gives First Play of the Season: Little Opportunity Given Outstanding Performance—Violin and Piano Duets Heard in Convocation—Gerald Wendt Addresses Honor Students’ Dinner: President Entertains at Hotel Roanoke—Reorganized Riding Club Plans Entrance Tests—Hollins Riders Draw Laughs With Gymkhana: Physical Education Department Sponsors Affair in Ring—Miss MacArthur Speaks on Japan to I.R.C.—Junior Prom and Dansant Slated for December 5: Jimmy Poyner to Bring Orchestra and Crooner—Music Board Revises Former Constitution—Archeological Flim Will Be Shown Here by A.A.U.W.: Epic of Man Directed by Charles Breasted ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 28), Hollins College Oct 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 28), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Dr. Donald Aldrich to Visit Campus in November: Will Make Four Addresses Before Student Body—Dr. Taylor to be Convocation Speaker—Dr. Randolph Makes Tour of Southern States—International Relations Club Gives Programs: Active Sessions Planned for Coming Year—Carnegie Musical Teas Introduced at Hollins—Dalies Frantz Gives Concert in Roanoke: Noted Pianist Receives Warm Ovation Here—Chemical Society Brings Dr. Franklin to Campus—Dramatic Association to Present “Nine Till Six”: Fall Play is Comment on Social Conditions—Roanoke Women Address Political Meeting—Voting Friday to Climax Hollins Political Campaign: Every Person on Campus is Allowed to ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 9), Hollins College Oct 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 9), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Presidential Election Will Be Held on Hollins Campus: Student Conventions Will Choose Election Officials—Miss Blanchard Speaks in First Convocation: List of Honor Students Announced By Dean—John McCormack to Sing in Roanoke: Irish Tenor Presents Varied Program—New Faculty Members Introduced on Campus: Hollins Extends Warm Welcome to New Teachers—“Miss Matty’s” Birthday Celebrated Here Today: Was President of Hollins for Thirty-Two Years—Photographic Exhibition is Placed in Keller—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Music Notes—Faculty Members Speak at I.R.C. Opening Meeting—Many Dorm Changes Made During Summer—Alumnae News—Society ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Jun 1), Hollins College Jun 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Jun 1), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: “Peter Pan” Presented in Forest of Arden Saturday: Annual Commencement Play Proves Highly Successful—Dr. Randolph Announces New Faculty Members: Arthur Talmadge to Serve as New Music Head—Mrs. Brannigan Leaves to Work on Murals—Program of Final Events [Commencement]—Commencement Program Holds Varried Events—Baccalaureate Sermon by Dr. Sparks Melton: The Christian Ethics is the Theme of the Sermon—Alumnae Association Holds Annual Meeting—Senior Class Day Program Held in Garden Today: Seniors Trace Growth of Hollins in Past Years—Commencement Concert Presented in Chapel—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Society—Sara Rice Installed as ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 May 14), Hollins College May 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 May 14), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Carolyn Saunders Reigns Over May Day Celebration: Festival of Lora Held in Forest—Writers Club Elects Dolly Burks President—Dr. Johnson Speaks on Color and Photography: Shows Moving Pictures of Gardens in Salem—Chemistry Department Members Receive Honors—Helen Martin Installed as Council President: Discusses History of Student Government At Hollins—Waiters to Entertain for School Fund—Program Announced for Community Concert—Ten Faculty Members Will Not Return: Three to Pursue Studies Toward Higher Degrees—Lelia Cock is Elected Choral Club President—Dean Hearsey Announces Result of Student Petitions: Stresses Responsibility of Students—Dr. Bruce Addresses Salem ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Apr 22), Hollins College Apr 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Apr 22), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Hollins Riding Club Will Sponsor Show Saturday: McIntyre Exhibition is In Program—Campus Organizations Elect New Officers—Mary Morris Watt to Edit Student Life—Dr. Albert Bushnell Hart Recent Visitor Here—Miss Randolph Discusses Emergency Peace Program: Says Action is Necessary in Present Crisis—Kate Spruill Elected President of [Senior] Class—“Peter Pan” Chosen by Dramatic Board—Sophomore Class Will Give Spring Dance on Saturday—Miss Hearsey Accepts Position at Abbott—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Five-Point Program Leads to Changes—Mrs. Lane Gives Unusual Collection to Lab—Alumnae News—Shelley and Marin Report on Conference ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Mar 18), Hollins College Mar 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Mar 18), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: “A Bill of Divorcement” is Outstanding Production: Actors Give Good Interpretations—“Ye Merrie Masquers” Presents New Members—Heironimus Hollins Day to Aid Endowment Fund: Students and Alumnae Will Be Hostesses—Renowned Ballet Russe Performs in Roanoke—Miss Hazel Burnham Gives Violin Recital—Helen Martin is Elected Student Body President—Leight Hanes Visits Writer’s Club March 8—Professor Rath Retires as Music Head for Term: To Remain as Chief Music Advisor—Dr. Kathleen Bruce Gives Talk on T.V.A.—Charlotte Urner Will Give Voice Recital—Orchesis Schedules Annual Dance Recital for March 21: Physical Education Group ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Feb 26), Hollins College Feb 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Feb 26), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Opera Company to Give “The Pirates of Penzance”: Miss Virginia Egolf is Director—Schultz and Fowler Give Debate on T.V.A.—Mr. Turner Presides at Founder’s Day Dinner—Eleanor Schaeffer Will Present Song Recital: Nils Nelson Will Be Accompanist—Book Nook Offers Prize for Best Collection—Dr. Ella Lonn Discusses the European Situation: Speaks at Alumnae Council Meeting—Nelson Eddy Sings Tonight at the Academy of Music—Dr. Fritz Marti Speaks at Meeting of I.R.C.—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Joray Presents Series of Royal Impersonations—Dr. Henderson Delivers Founder’s Day ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Feb 12), Hollins College Feb 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Feb 12), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Frank Speaight, Noted Actor, to be in Roanoke: To Present Dickens’ Pickwick Papers—Sandurg, Famous Poet, Will Speak in Salem—Changes Made in Chapel Services this Term—The Old Order Changes [Changes to Founder’s Day Celebrations]—Hedgerow Players Enact Modern Italian Farce—Emory Glee Club Sings at Hollins on Feb. 19—Winter Issue of Cargoes Reveals New Talent—“A Bill of Divorcement” Will be Spring Play: Tryouts for Play Start This Week—Dr. Peake Speaks in Convocation Tonight—Mischa Elman to Play at Academy of Music—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Society—Campus Crumbs—Sport ...