Meredith to Observe Constitution Day

On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, schools and colleges across the United States will celebrate, “Constitution Day,” the federal observance of the signing of the U.S. Constitution.  Meredith College will begin its commemoration activities on September 17 by featuring a military history exhibit from the Neustadt Collection.  The exhibit is on display in cases on the... Continue Reading →

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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 →

Photo of the Week!

It's fall 1953. The man in the middle is President Carlyle Campbell.  Becky Calloway, '55 is on his left;  she served as the president for the class of 1955.  To Dr. Campbell's right is Marian Lee Campbell, his wife.  Here they can be seen welcoming new students at the reception given each fall.   The 1953-1954 Student Handbook... Continue Reading →

Own a Part of Meredith’s Heritage

The Meredith College Archives is presenting an opportunity to acquire a unique piece of Meredith’s intellectual heritage. At a very reasonable cost you can own a book from Dr. Carlyle Campbell’s personal library. Carlyle Campbell, president of Meredith from 1939-1966, was respected and beloved by students for his personal and caring manner towards everyone he... Continue Reading →

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