Plinko, Hi Lo, Showcase Showdown, oh my! Did you see a Meredith College student on a recent airing of The Price is Right? Faith Gray, a freshman from Fort Washington, Maryland, was featured on the May 28 edition of the CBS game show. A member of the Meredith Avenging Angels Lacrosse team, she filmed the episode several months ago prior... Continue Reading →
Do you need an activity for this week? Download and print this fun Meredith themed word search to occupy some time! Word Search Puzzle (30x30)
This photo features the Meredith College Folk Dance Club in 1950. While this club no longer exists, the Dance department offers a course for students to learn and participate in folk dances.
written by Emily Parker, Meredith College Marketing The Office of Alumnae Relations is making preparations to welcome the Class of 2024 to campus later this fall and recently launched a program to connect alumnae with freshmen before they move-in. The Adopt a Freshman program invites alumnae to connect with someone from the incoming class who... Continue Reading →
When biology major and Wings student Parimala (Pari) Prahalad, ’20, toured Meredith’s campus and learned about its academic offerings, she was intrigued. “I had the opportunity to tour the state-of-the-art labs, to learn about the class sizes, and to understand the diversity in the student pool. This ultimately convinced me that Meredith was my dream... Continue Reading →
This Continuing Education Literature course is reading and discussion based, with no papers or written homework required. Participants also have the opportunity to choose the themes for future classes. The upcoming class beginning in August of 2020 will be DREAMERS, taught by former Meredith faculty member Robert Rubin. Join the Continuing Education Literature class for... Continue Reading →
Maybe these throwback photos of students dancing around campus in the 1990s will inspire you to get out and dance? The Meredith College Dance Program continues to be vibrant, well respected, and ever-popular amongst undergraduate students.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Vaune Blalock, ’20, has enjoyed a successful career with a variety of educational experiences, including studying at large universities as well as in New York City at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and has won awards for her costume designs... Continue Reading →
The virtual alumnae book club will now meet the first Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. EST. Please read with us throughout the summer and plan to join us online for the discussion of each selection. Tuesday, July 7 - The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd Tuesday, August 4 - The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah... Continue Reading →