Meredith Students Say Thank You!

pictured: Paige Lawrence, '21 with one of many donor yard signs place across campus during Founders' Week Understanding the difference a gift to Meredith can make in a student’s life may seem like an abstract idea for both the donor and the student when the two are not shown the direct impact of that gift... Continue Reading →

Alumnae Reunion Weekend Update

Like you, we have been eagerly awaiting your return home to campus for Alumnae Reunion Weekend. And like the rest of the world, we are now faced with the implications of a global pandemic. To this end, we have made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s Alumnae Reunion Weekend, including all individual class events. With Governor... Continue Reading →

Meredith Strong

What better time to share Meredith College with the girls in your life than while we are staying home and staying strong? Meredith's Marketing Department unveiled a team of five 'superhero' style Meredith Strong characters for the Class of 2023's move-in last summer.  A webpage was created to complement the characters that is full of... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday

This picture from the 1936 production of Meredith College's Alice in Wonderland features Alice, the Blue Caterpillar, and Humpty Dumpty. On March 15, 1924, during a flu epidemic, the faculty presented the first production of Alice in Wonderland to the students. “Faculty Wows Students,” read the headline in the next day’s Twig.

Alumna Meets Legendary Author Judy Blume

Meredith alumna Macy Allen Cole, ’17, who served on the planning committee for Meredith’s “A Month in Blume” celebration, had the opportunity to meet legendary author Judy Blume at a recent conference. Cole, who teaches sophomore English at Enloe High School, attended the Key West Literary Seminar in Key West, Florida. She was selected to receive... Continue Reading →

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