Meredith alumnae, families, students, children and friends gathered on Thursday, September 23 for The Meredith Fund Family Festival. It was a fun-filled night complete with music, activities, face painting, bounce houses, and special guests such as Stormy, the Carolina Hurricane’s mascot, and Mr. and Mrs. Wuf, NC State’s mascots. Student groups, the Bathtub Ring and … Continue reading The Meredith Fund Family Festival
The year is 1926, and the new Johnson Hall is visible at the end of the long, unpaved driveway. Construction began in the fall of 1924, and the College moved from downtown Raleigh to its current location in January of 1926. The original quadrangle contained six brick buildings of Georgian architecture: four dormitories, Belk Dining … Continue reading Photo of the Week
Each Monday we will be teaming up with Martha Fonville in the Meredith College Archives to bring you a Photo of the Week. We hope that you will all enjoy this look into our past. These unidentified students from the 1950s add the finishing touches to their dorm room with matching curtains and bedspreads.
Today we are proud to announce the launching of our brand new Meredith College Alumnae blog, Beyond the Back Gate. It is our hope that this blog will make you think, laugh, and maybe even cry. We hope that through stories, photos, and articles you will feel a renewed connection to our beloved Alma Mater. Everyone … Continue reading Welcome to Beyond the Back Gate!