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  • Convocation Will Open Founder's Day
  • Literary Festival Scheduled March 7
  • Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. Will Visit, Give Preview Of "Young Lovers"
  • February 25 Will Mark Launching Of Hollins Fund Drive For Expansion
  • Three Are Elected To Phi Beta Kappa
  • Presbyterian Woman Plans Chapel Talk
  • Molly Bidwell, Carolyn Galbraith Plan To Present Recital In Chapel With Mr. Wright Accompanying
  • Library Use Shows Decline
  • Student Puts Freya's Ideal Into Words
  • Hollins Alumna Exhibits Paintings In Fine Arts Foyer
  • Open Forum
  • Juniors And Seniors May Compete For 1964 Mary Williamson Award
  • Louis Rubin Proposes Grad Study Changes
  • Early Decision Took Fifty-Six In December
  • Grace Chevraux Is Awarded Pin For Long Service
  • Hollins To Have First Hootenanny On Founder's Day
  • Current Perspectives
  • Hunters Plan Summer Tour Of Five Weeks
  • Charles Lewis Cocke Could See His Dream Realized At Hollins
  • Macdonald Tells Of Semester Spent Studying United Nations
  • Hollins Sends Eighth Entry To "Best Dressed" Contest
  • Music Students Present Recital
  • Custer, Grell Interviewed About Washington Semester
  • Program By Levine Is Success
  • Recent Graduates Are Successful In Having Own Works Published
  • Henry VIII And Wives Off On 'Royal Gambit'
  • Room Numbers, Extensions Listed For '63 Abroaders
  • Rubin Will Spend Next School Year In Study Abroad
  • Placement Office Announces Opportunities For Interviews
  • Civil War Life Was Hard, Dull At Hollins
  • Hollins Will Present Cultural Programs As Public Service Feature For Roanoke
  • Miss Moseley Will Be Hostess To Seniors At Annual "100th Night Party" To Be Held On February 25
  • Scholarship Corporation Reports on Correlations

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Higher Education | Journalism Studies | Social History | United States History | Women's History

Hollins Columns (1964 Feb 20)