Alumnae, faculty, staff, students and Amherst County community members packed into The Conference Center this afternoon for the College’s first town hall meeting.
Sweet Briar College seniors Ashlynn Watson of Nelson County and Mayalin Quinones of Houston will present their final project, a cabaret titled “The Girls We Were to the Women We Want to Be,” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 12-13, in the Babcock studio theater.
A work of art highlighting a piece of Sweet Briar history will be featured in the Missoula Art Museum’s 44th annual benefit auction, which takes place Saturday, Feb. 6.
A Sweet Briar team competed through four rounds of the VFIC’s 17th annual statewide Wells Fargo Ethics Bowl, finishing strong.
Sweet Briar College students and alumnae will have the chance to tour the battlefields of Europe as part of a study-abroad class this summer. Taught by history professor John Ashbrook, “Industrialized Killing — The World Wars, the Holocaust, and Memory” takes place June 6 through July 3.