Our generous honors alumni have raised almost $20,000 to assist SMBHC students who have struggled financially this past semester and/or face difficulties for the coming Spring 2021. Students, please read your email from DSG–sent on December 14th–for more details.
Honors seniors Rod Bridges, Maia Cotelo, Debra Whitley and Lizzy Wicks have been inducted into the University’s prestigious Hall of Fame. They were honored during a ceremony at the Ford Center and at The Inn on March 4th. Congratulations to all of our honors Who’s Who inductees as well as our Hall of Famers! […]
Three great artists of our time, Alessandra Ferri, Italy’s prima ballerina assoluta and a living legend of the dance world, Herman Cornejo, virtuoso Argentinian dancer and star principal of American Ballet Theatre, and Bruce Levingston, acclaimed concert pianist and recording artist and UM Honors College Artist in Residence, came together for an unforgettable evening of […]
Congratulations to everyone who participated in and donated to this year’s RebelTHON. The year-long fundraiser culminated in a twelve-hour dance at the Turner Center on February 19th. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the RebelTHON board, led by honors student Maia Cotelo, the Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital received $112,603.56. WOW-WOW-WOW!
Hundreds of honors students danced the night away at The Lyric Oxford this past Friday, February 12th, at the first HoCo Formal. Check out photos on social media sites and tag your own with #hocofo. Thanks to the Honors Senate for organizing such a fun and successful event!
The end of February is an exciting time, as those high school seniors who applied by our regular deadline will be notified soon of our admissions decisions. Decision e-mails will go out Monday, February 29, with letters to follow. Please know that as we process the decisions, it will be difficult for us to return […]
Artist-in-Residence Bruce Levingston’s album Heavy Sleep has been included on the New York Times list of Best Classical Music Recordings of 2015. Congratulations, Mr. Levingston!