Hollins College



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Table of Contents: Big Success is Promised For Ninth Hollins Riding Show: Cadets, Music, and Excitement Add Gaiety and Color to Big Occasion—Elinor West, Pianist, Features Bach in Recital—Camera Club Has Work on Exhibit: Predominance of Portraits in Display—Alice Porter Elected Editor of “Student Life”: Many Freshmen on New Staff; Thirty-Three Reporters are Chosen—Music, Athletic, Dramatic Board Elect Presidents—Dr. Gordon’s Third Lecture is on Problems of Courtship—Bob Sylvester’s Orchestra Plays for Sophomore Dances; Gym Turned Into Grape Vineyard: Simplicity and Color are Keynotes—“Student Life” Given Honor Rating by A.C.P. Critical Service—Bob Sylvester: He Was Former Arranger for Hal Kemp and Also Radio Swingster—Vladimir Gsovski Speaks on Russian Political Affairs—Sherwood is Commencement Play—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Under the Dome—Eighty Virginia Youths Meet to Face Problems of Modern South—American Life Depicted in Murals Now in Presser—Nixie-Pixie Celebration Begins the Thirty-Six May Day Festival—Committees for May Day Hustling Plans to Shape—“Twilight Saint” Presented on Hollins Hour—Belated “Cargoes” Has New Make-up—Society—Former Hollins Girl is Recent Texas Bride—Greater Possibility of Jobs is Seen for Graduates—New Pre-Marital Legislation Seeks to Outlaw Syphilis in U.S.—Food for Hungry in Keller Helps Feed Hungry in China—Joint Legislative Reviews Driving Petitions—Bratton Gives Organ Recital in Chapel May 5—Metropolitan Quartet Closes Community Series With an Operatic Program—Monthly Student Recital Given in Chapel April 21—Casually Smart—New Council Members Elected by Student Body—Girls from Virginia Chosen to Preside Over All of the Riding Classes—Sport Slants—Advice to the Movie-Goer—Riding Club Welcomes New Members With Picnic

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Hollins College


Roanoke, Va.


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

Hollins Student Life (1939 Apr 27)