Hollins College



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Table of Contents: Freshmen Elect New Officers: Gale, Jones, and Redfield Assume Class Duties—Changes in Constitution Considered by Students—Roanoke Group to Present “Iolanthe”: Gilbert and Sullivan Plot Is Hilarious Satire of British Parliament—Memorizing Student Becomes Resigned to Hazards to Study—Hoarded Gold to be Released on Hollins Day at Heironimus: Latest Fashions Featured; Proceeds Will Increase Turner Hall Fund—Mr. Bolger to Give First Recital: Program Includes Many Familiar Works—School Anxiously Awaits Freshman Issue of Paper—Rufus Jones to Deliver Three Lectures Here: Noted Quaker Philosopher is Second Y.W. Speaker of Year—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Hollins Day is Sign of Spring (poem)—Under the Dome—I.R.C. Plans to Aid Refugees—Chinese Refugees Aided by U.S. College Students—Campaign for Separation of N.Y.A. Underway—Meaning of Founder’s Day Increases Each Year: Freshman Class Seeks to Become a Part of Founder’s Day—Seniors Find Inspiration by Participating in Celebration—Scenes in Founder’s Day Celebration (pictures)—Poorly Balanced Diet of Learning is Blamed for Itinerant Students—Basketball Has Been Activity Here Since ’96—Sport Slants—Art by Faculty is on Display—Illegitimates Down Alumnae in Thrilling Basketball Debacle—First Petition Passed By the Joint Legislative Now in Hands of President—Why Don’t You Read?—Stage Door Cast is Announced—Founder’s Day Program Featured on “Hollins Hour”—Casually Smart—Movie on the Making of Bronze Statues is Shown in Convocation—Education for Negroes is Subject of New Forum—Freya Makes Early Plans for Their Annual Banquet—The Social Whirl—Turnerhallometer Mounts Steadily” Dollars Pledged Become Bricks—Dean Blanchard Speaks at Hood’s Honors Banquet—Faculty Member Announces Engagement at Dinner Party—Collegians Keep Abreast of Current Affairs of the Nation—Cotillion Members Receive Their Keys at Tea Dance on This Friday Afternoon

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Roanoke, Va.


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Hollins Student Life (1939 Mar 2)