The Mae Grimmer Alumnae House pictured from 1956. The house was moved to its current location in 2001 for the construction of the Science and Math building.
Friends of the Carlyle Campbell Library Fall Dinner Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at 6:30 pm in Belk Dining Hall Dr. Engel encompasses the breadth and depth of Leonardo's unique genius including the causes of his many unfinished masterpieces and the mystery of Mona Lisa's smile. Using anecdotes, analysis, and large doses of humor, Professor Engel... Continue Reading →
On Monday, September 30, at 10 a.m. in the Carlyle Campbell Library, Meredith will hold a ceremony which formally presents the Neustadt Exhibit, a military history exhibit featuring toy and miniature soldiers on loan from an alumna's family. This ceremony will feature President Jo Allen, alumna Ginger Alexander Neustadt, Regent of the Samuel Johnston Chapter... Continue Reading →
Would you be interested in hiring a Meredith student for part-time tutoring, babysitting, house-sitting or pet-sitting? Meredith alumnae and the residents in the surrounding community may request Meredith students for babysitting, pet-sitting, house-sitting and tutoring positions. The first step would be filling out the job form at http://www.meredith.edu/financial_assistance/student_employment Please select the link entitled "Child, Pet, or... Continue Reading →
Harriet Frances Mardre, “Miss Chic” as pictured in the 1932 edition of the Oak Leaves. Harriet was voted Miss Chic by her classmates.
If you live in the Raleigh area and are looking for ways to be back on campus, we have the perfect opportunity for you! We are looking for alumnae who would be interested in volunteering with the Alumnae Association this fall and in the future! Upcoming events for fall 2013 include Think Meredith and Discover Meredith,... Continue Reading →
As part of her visit to Meredith’s campus, author Gwendolyn Oxenham treated students in the department of English to an inspiring discussion of writing and creativity. Oxenham spoke about the process of crafting her memoir, Finding the Game, and shared writing tips and prompts to help students enliven details in their writing. The author also... Continue Reading →
Calling all Meredith alumnae! Do you remember when Meredith College’s Class Day tradition was featured in Our State magazine? Take a look at the photos below from their April 2010 edition. As a result of our college feature in Our State, the magazine is offering a discounted rate to Meredith students, alumnae and friends of... Continue Reading →
On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, schools and colleges across the United States will celebrate, “Constitution Day,” the federal observance of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. Meredith College will begin its commemoration activities on September 17 by featuring a military history exhibit from the Neustadt Collection. The exhibit is on display in cases on the... Continue Reading →