Need a Mental Break? Take One of These Quizzes!

Crook Hunt, Class Day, Ring Dinner, Cornhuskin’, Alice in Wonderland. Perhaps ALL of the Meredith traditions speak to you. This Buzzfeed quiz will help you narrow and identify your tradition. Once you have identified which of our treasured traditions speak to you, you can discover your Alice in Wonderland character.

Latest Meredith Poll Gains Local and National Attention

written by Hannah Flood, '20 Meredith College’s student-run survey of N.C. voters, The Meredith Poll, continues to gain local and national acclaim as a credible source of data on political and election-related topics. Launched in 2015, the Meredith Poll is North Carolina’s only research organization to focus primarily on women’s political and social issues. Since... Continue Reading →

Ways Meredith Alumnae Support Recruitment

Greetings from the Office of Admissions! During our January ARMS Outreach Week, there were 19 alumnae who reached out to 311 high school juniors in N.C. and our Mid-Atlantic/Northeast regions encouraging them to visit campus and highlighting our new Impact Scholarship. Thank you to those alumnae who helped during this outreach week! During our spring... Continue Reading →

Fast Facts: Faculty and Students #StayingStrong

Curious about how students, faculty, and staff are continuing to adjust to our current reality? Below are a just few of the submissions the College received as part of the department of Marketing's #StayingStrong campaign. Fashion and Business major Marie Johnson, '20, reports on how she is #MCStayingStrong this semester. "I have two very different majors... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday: Telephones

The first telephone installed for all students’ use was in 1919. In the 1920 Oak Leaves, junior Mary Fisher White posed with one of the devices along with the caption: Mary is bright as her golden hair And she and W.F. may make “a pair” Over the phone she loves to talk Also to cook... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday: April Fools

Occasionally over the years, the Twig would be published on the first of April. The editors would sometimes take advantage of the timing and issue a newspaper with some suspicious stories. This Twig is dated April 1, 1940. Did you play any tricks on your family or friends yesterday?

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