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Anticipation is building: the College’s oldest tradition could be any day now. Take a guess and enter our contest.
A Mount Holyoke College professor finds that getting over conflicts improves relationship happiness, and working through conflicts promotes stability.
Two loves. One summer internship. A future coming into clarity. Read a blog by Stephanie Calas ’17.
Hannah Peach ’19 chose Mount Holyoke College because of its academics, community, and equestrian program. Being 54th in her family to attend is a bonus.
Elizabeth Markovits, associate professor of politics, talks about the growing gulf between truth and authenticity in politics.
Elana Tsogt-Erdene ’17 shares her favorite things about MHC and why she was inspired to pay it forward.
“Being at Mount Holyoke is a transformative experience for each of us. We are acquiring the tools to change the world.” — Marwa Mikati ’17
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