Please join us for House United: A Meredith and NC State Couples Event Friday, October 12, 2012 6:30 pm The Massey House, President's Residence Cocktails and heavy hors d'oeuvres Cost is $15/person To register, please contact the Alumnae Office at 919.760.8548 or email@example.com
Discover Meredith is a special day set aside for alumnae to share Meredith with the young women in their lives. It's also an opportunity to connect with other alumnae and hear about future directions for the College from President Jo Allen, '80, and other campus leaders. Our alumnae play an essential role in helping to keep the... Continue Reading →
And with fall, comes rain! These unidentified students are trying to stay dry while walking to class. Luckily the weather on campus today is beautiful, sunny and cool!
We all know that the relationships which we form at Meredith College hold a special place in our hearts. We've also seen the gallery of wedding photos on the blog and it undoubtedly brings a smile to our faces because we know that the Meredith bond is something only we can understand. You just have... Continue Reading →
The Class of 1977 leaves a sweet message for their lil’ sis class. Meredith College prides itself on tradition and the big/lil’ sis tradition is one of the best. Alumnae often stay connected with their big sis and lil sis well after graduation.
You may have recently seen Meredith’s own Robin Britt, ‘73, featured on WRAL’s Tarheel Traveler along with her business, Merritt’s Store and Grill, a ‘5 star hole in the wall’ that is known for their locally famous BLTs. Built in 1929, the building that now holds Merritt’s Store and Grill was originally a service station.... Continue Reading →
date day time event location Aug. 23-25 Aug. 26 Th-Sat Sun 8 pm 3 pm Patience by Gilbert & Sullivan, a White Iris Light Orchestra production directed by Stacie Whitley. $5 suggested donation. Jones Auditorium Sept. 7 Fri 7:30 pm Guest Recital: Richard and Renee McKee, duo-pianists Carswell Concert Hall Sept. 7-9 Fri-Sat Sun 8... Continue Reading →
What makes a college great? According to Money Magazine, to parents it's a school that delivers top-quality education at reasonable cost. To students, however, a truly terrific college offers a small-community atmosphere as well as professors committed both to teaching--not research--and to giving students lots of individual attention, both in and out of the classroom.... Continue Reading →