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Multimedia Central

The College has produced multimedia communications to help illustrate the Campaign’s goals and share news of related events. This page provides easy access to all productions released to date.

 

President Pasquerella on the Value of Liberal Learning
"Mount Holyoke matters to women from around the world... our next generation of global leaders will be these women."

President Pasquerella on the Women in Public Service Project
Hear President Lynn Pasquerella '80 on Mount Holyoke's partnership with the U.S. State Department on the Women in Public Service Project and how it advances "our mission of using liberal learning for purposeful engagement in the world."

President Lynn Pasquerella '80
President Lynn Pasquerella '80 on the connection between a liberal arts education and participatory democracy.

Mount Holyoke College Community Boathouse
The new boathouse, a Campaign priority completed in spring 2010, has become the long-deserved "boat home" of the MHC Crew Team. It will also support community rowing programs for people of all ages and abilities.

A New Place To Call Home
Get an inside look at this campaign priority: Mount Holyoke's first new residence hall in forty years. Located on the southeast corner of campus, the "green" dorm houses 176 students from all classes.

Women's Education Worldwide 2008 Conference Video
MHC hosted Women's Education Worldwide's first Student Leadership Conference in June 2008. More than 70 women from 17 countries and 23 women's colleges participated.

The Mount Holyoke Endowment Video:
For Excellence and Permanence

Hear from members of the Mount Holyoke College community about the importance of our endowment.

Legacy of Diversity Video
The Legacy of Diversity fundraising initiative honors the roles and contributions of ALANA (African American, Latina, Asian American, and Native American) women of Mount Holyoke.

 

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