Two unidentified Meredith students enjoy a snow day on Meredith's campus. If you know either one of these women, please feel free to add a comment to the post!
On March 15, 1924, to entertain their students, Meredith College faculty presented a play based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Gertrude Royster Sorrell, director of physical education, is credited with the idea; Ida Poteat, art professor, created the whimsical masks and elaborate costumes. The March 21, 1924 edition of the student newspaper reviewed the... Continue Reading →
Where in the world is Meredith!? London, Paris, Madrid and Tanzania are just a few of the places Meredith Alumnae have been traveling! When you take a vacation, mission trip, or run into an alumna in a foreign country, send us your photos! We'll display them here for your classmates to see where you've been!... Continue Reading →
In this country of contraries you will see and hear many strange things… Come to Wonderland with Alice! You are cordially invited to the quadrennial performance of Alice in Wonderland Presented by Meredith College faculty and staff Thursday, January 19, 2012 Please join us for a tea party in Johnson Hall Rotunda at 6:30 p.m.... Continue Reading →
If you are thinking of joining us for "Following the Piero Trail," April 11-26 taught by Jin And Maureen Banker or "A Taste of Tuscany," May 5-17 taught by Margherita Tirabosco, please send in your $500 deposit to secure your spot. These are short mini-courses combined with daily excursions and local experiences in Sansepolcro and... Continue Reading →