Meredith Making A Difference

When social work major Emily Pulley began making masks for something to do during the stay-at-home order, she had no idea her efforts would have such an impact. Along with her mother, grandmother, and sister, Emily’s team has created 1,027 masks. They sold the masks and donated the proceeds to Hope and Vine, a nonprofit... Continue Reading →

Fast Facts: Admissions Visits Update

Do you know a high school student that would flourish at Meredith? Share this information with her! With Safety Measures in Place, Meredith Resumes On-Campus Visits Like many colleges and universities, Meredith College has focused on virtual visits for the past few months in response to COVID-19. Now, given the importance of in-person visits to... Continue Reading →

Alumna Strong Story: Leia Davis, ’19

written by Hannah Flood, '20 Inspired by her childhood trips to fabric and furniture stores with her mother, Leia Davis, ’19, knew that interior design was her passion at just 16 years old. Leia’s greatest influence, her mother, taught her that “you can always redo a room once or twice a year,” and open houses... Continue Reading →

Alumnae Virtual Chat with Career Counselors

Alumnae AMA with Career Counselors Thursday, July 30, 2020 12:00 p.m. (EST) Career counselors & coaches are on call! Drop-in to the live chat to ask a career expert those burning questions. Let's talk about resumes, job searches, career changes, interviewing, and more... all in the current context of COVID-19 and an economic downturn. Register... Continue Reading →

Senior Class Gift Exceeds Goal

It is a tradition at Meredith for the senior class to raise money to support a project on campus as a way to give back to their alma mater. After careful consideration of the current needs on campus, the senior class decided to raise money for the Student Emergency Fund for the Chaplain’s Office. The... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday: Scrapbooks

Dr. Ellen Dozier Brewer (Class of 1918) was a Professor of Home Economics from 1922 to 1966. Dr. Brewer was also a long-time scrapbook maker, commemorating the Home Economics Department at Meredith, but also collections of personal interest. One of her 1940s scrapbooks (pictured here) is devoted to dogs – dogs in illustrations, pictures, magazine... Continue Reading →

Meredith on The Price Is Right!

Plinko, Hi Lo, Showcase Showdown, oh my! Did you see a Meredith College student on a recent airing of The Price is Right? Faith Gray, a freshman from Fort Washington, Maryland, was featured on the May 28 edition of the CBS game show. A member of the Meredith Avenging Angels Lacrosse team, she filmed the episode several months ago prior... Continue Reading →

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