What Hollins Is Made Of: Exhibit at the Archives

BSA Historian notebook, Freya candlestick, and other Hollins Club artifacts. (Hollins Archives). Decades ago, what did students wear on Tinker Day? How did they decorate their rooms? Did the Marquis de Lafayette really stay at Hollins, back when it was still a hotel? You can find out! Come visit What Hollins is Made Of, an exhibit

HU Community Connections Open House

During first-year orientation, visit these locations to learn how we make your life at Hollins easier, more interesting, and more enjoyable! You'll start at the Library or the Museum, get your map, and explore... Learn more about the Open House locations: Center for Career Development and Life Design Center for Learning Excellence Global Learning Hub

Exam Hours and Services at the Library

Extended Hours start May 7: Sunday, May 7: noon - 2 am Monday, May 8 through Saturday, May 13: 8: 30 a.m. - 2 a.m. Sunday, May 14: noon - 12 a.m. Monday, May 15: 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Stress Reduction starts on Reading Day: No Construction in the building from May 10 -

Tutoring & Pizza in the Hollins Room

Stop by any time for help with your writing and a tasty slice of pizza. We'll announce the winner of the Writing Center Raffle (April 19 - May 4), with a grand prize value of $100!

Remembering Wyndham Robertson Library

Join the library's Student Advisory Board as we remember today's library! Photograph the library and write down your thoughts about the renovation. Refreshments and writing materials will be provided in the Reading Room.

Undergraduate Research Awards Ceremony and Reception

Please join us for the reception to celebrate the excellent work submitted for this year's research awards! These awards recognize exemplary student research projects completed in Hollins courses with a cash prize of $300 for winners and $100 for finalists, along with publication in the Hollins Digital Commons. We will recognize the finalists in each

Starting a Poem: Workshop with Kendra Allen

What does a beginning sound like? Work with visiting Beanstalk author Kendra Allen to make poetry from the things we do daily. Bring your favorite writing device; refreshments provided. Don't miss the Beanstalk reading: Kendra Allen reads from her work on Thursday evening, March 30.

Reading: Kendra Allen

Born and raised in Dallas, Allen’s debut poetry collection, The Collection Plate, was published in 2021 (Time magazine called her “a poet to watch”), and her essay collection, When You Learn the Alphabet, won the 2018 Iowa Prize for Literary Nonfiction. Author Jami Attenberg calls Allen’s memoir, Fruit Punch, “a deeply visceral, vividly written tale of how to both survive

TEST New furniture petting zoo

Part of our renovation means upgrading our spaces with new chairs, tables, and study pods. Drop by the library to make your voice heard (again this is a test).

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