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Hendrix College Gets Its Biggest Donation, $26M from Mary Ann Dawkins

Hendrix College Gets Its Biggest Donation, $26M from Mary Ann Dawkins
Hendrix College President Bill Tsutsui announces a record donation to the college — $26 million from the estate of Mary Ann Dawkins of Little Rock, who died in December. He is accompanied on stage by David Knight, Chair of the Hendirx College Board of Trustees, and student Mimi Spjut, president of the Hendrix College Student Senate.

Hendrix College, the private, liberal arts college in Conway, on Wednesday announced a $26 million donation — the biggest in its history — from the estate of Mary Ann Dawkins of Little Rock, who died in December.
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