If These Walls Could Talk

“We shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us” – Winston Churchill In 1931, the Board of Trustees named the administration building for one of its own, Livingston Johnson, who was said to be "the foremost Baptist of his generation”.  While Meredith’s other buildings are essential to college life, our students and faculty are at the... Continue Reading →

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Photo of the Week

Johnson Hall, Meredith's main administration building.  The front steps of Johnson Hall were later removed in 1956.

Photo of the Week

Unidentified Meredith students are spotted checking out books in the library.  At this time, Meredith's library was located on the second floor of Johnson Hall.  In 1969 the library moved into its own building: Carlyle Campbell Library. Carlyle Campbell Library was named for Meredith's fourth president.  To read more about the history of the Meredith... Continue Reading →

How to Be a ‘Good Cookie’ this September!

It’s September – a month that brings happy thoughts of fall, being together with friends on campus, the beginning of Cornhuskin' planning, and the fun of football games. But September is also National Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. And thanks to one very determined, unstoppable Meredith alumna, we now all think of kids fighting cancer when... Continue Reading →

Photo of the Week: American Girl in Paris

Over the next several months, we will be following Natalie Riddick, ’12, as she travels through France, England, Italy, Australia, Spain and Los Angeles with Meredith College’s inaugural Fashion on the Move program.  Led by Dr. Diane Ellis, a group of ten Meredith students will spend their fall semester abroad learning about fashion in other... Continue Reading →

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