5 Tips for Finishing the Spring Semester Strong

As Honors students begin to see the first flowers bloom and bright rays of sunshine that signal the start of warm weather, this time of year is also one that can be chaotic and hectic– exam season! Exams are just around the corner and will be upon us in the next few weeks. Whether you […]

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5 Ways to Practice Self-Care over Spring Break

College is a busy time, and a journey filled with ups and downs. Although we wouldn’t trade these experiences and memories for the world, let’s face it: it can be hard to find time to relax, rest, and take time to focus on ourselves. Extended breaks and holidays are perfect opportunities to practice self-care. Below […]

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Students prepare for Scholars’ Weekend

The spring semester is in full swing here at Meredith. February is upon us, and with that comes a fun part of being an Honors student- participating in Scholars’ Weekend! Scholars’ Weekend will be held this coming weekend, Sunday, Feb. 17- Monday, Feb. 18. This is a time in which rising college students who are […]

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Honors Students Reflect on Holiday Break

As Honors students return to campus and adjust back to the hustle and bustle of college, many students are excited about what the new semester will bring, but also thankful for the time they were able to spend with friends, family, and loved ones. Below are excerpts from a few Honors students in which they […]

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Caroline in the City of Light

Note: Caroline G. ’19 is a dual-degree Honors junior. She is preparing a BSW and a BA in Psychology. This past spring, she received an Honors study abroad scholarship for a month of study in Paris, where she is today. Here is Caroline’s blog post from the French capital:   Thanks to the support of […]

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Honors news from Italy

Since 2015, twelve (12) Honors students have received a total of $35K in Honors study abroad scholarships for study in Denmark, England, France, Italy, and Mexico. Application materials for 2019 scholarships will be sent to Honors students in early December. Today’s bloggers are Honors students Christa Soyars ’20 (Public Health / PSY) and Victoria Penna […]

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An End-of-Semester Bucket List

By Mimi Mays All the things that have been up in the air this semester are finally falling to the ground. Though it may seem like just yesterday that we were reading syllabi and wearing mittens, fewer than three weeks stand between Honors students and summer break. Until before we’re obliged to kick this semester’s […]

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Where-oh-where did our New Year’s resolutions go?

By Mimi Mays It would probably surprise most to hear that 20.27% of 2018 has passed since we rang in the new year! As tradition implores, many Honors students made resolutions for the new year, and some of us dutifully stayed their course while some of us were distracted by bigger and better things. Here […]

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The 2018 Mere-lympic Games

By Mimi Mays The 23rd Olympic Winter Games are underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea, with some outstanding competition so far. But let’s leave snowboarding to Chloe Kim and figure skating to Mirai Nagasu; in which events would Honors students compete if the Olympic Games were held right here at Meredith? *cue Olympic march* The race to […]

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5 Things Even Honors Students Don’t Know About Meredith…

By Mimi Mays Lots of things have changed here at Meredith over the years, and most students have heard the most notable facts—our old Baptist affiliation, the old horse stables, and the floor pattern in the Science and Math building. But some things have slipped past the informational pamphlets…here are five things you probably don’t […]

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