Meredith Magazine

Summer 2014


Four Meredith students volunteer by serving food.
Fighting Hunger in a Meaningful Way

On any given Wednesday during the academic year, a... more »

Self portrait by Patricia Lay Dorsey
Redefining Strong

Artist. Peace activist. Social worker. Published photographer. Disabled person.<... more »

Missy Neff Gould, ’01, worked as assistant secretary of natural resources for Virginia Governor Tim Kaine.
The Noble Work of Public Service

The challenges include long hours, job instability, financial insecurity,... more »

A strong student stands out | Zeenat Razvi, ’13

Zeenat Razvi, ’13, has been awarded a 2014 National Science... more »

News Highlights

New StrongPoints Program Empowers Students

At Meredith’s 2014 Founders’ Day celebration, President... more »

Strong Students Share Their Work During Celebrating Student Achievement Day

Celebrating Student Achievement (CSA) Day is a showcase of... more »

Dan Fountain
Faculty Distinguished Lecture Focuses on Christianity Before and After the Civil War

When did Christianity really take hold in enslaved African-American... more »

Meredith Celebrates the Class of 2014

Meredith College celebrated its newest class of graduates at... more »

Jenny Hubbard and Jenny Han talk at Meredith.
Young Adult Authors Share Their Craft

Young Adult Literature authors Jenny Han and Jenny Hubbard,... more »

Notables on Campus

A chef, an opera star, an architect, and an... more »

Alumnae Going Strong

Meredith Magazine exists to serve the Meredith community by providing readers with insight and information about the news, activities, events, programs, plans and people of the College. Meredith Magazine is published three times a year by the Meredith College Department of Marketing


Executive Editor
Kristi Eaves-Mclennan

Managing Editors
Melyssa Allen, Karen T. Dunton

Assistant Editor
Gaye Hill

Reah Nicholson, Emily Parker

Art Director
Vanessa Harris

Graphic Designer
Margaret McIver

Photos courtesy Meredith College Department of Marketing

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