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Mount Holyoke students Molly Lapointe ’17 and Kate Armstrong ’19 are learning research, leadership, and sailing skills on their transatlantic journey.
Six of the country’s leading educators have become instructors in Mount Holyoke College’s master of arts in teaching program.
After a successful career as a registered nurse, Delores Ojunga-Andrew, 72, is getting her bachelor’s degree—and fulfilling her dream of 50 years.
Professor Darby Dyar and colleagues apply advances in machine learning to analyze troves of data about Mars as the Curiosity rover transmits it to Earth.
A live webcast of Mount Holyoke’s new Community Center shares a bird’s-eye of view as this exciting new project ramps up.
Emily Kyte '17 leaves her comfort zone far behind to make a difference in the lives of refugees.
“Here the emphasis is on discussion, following your passions, and immersing yourself in different areas. Everyone here is so encouraging.” — Katia Kiefaber ’17
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