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Mount Holyoke's Model UN team ranks nationally among the highly competitive, and usually male-dominated, Model United Nations clubs.
Mount Holyoke students convene a public event—including a teach-in, workshops, and a hip-hop concert—to spur conversation about race and social justice.
Emma Ginader ’15, who is finishing a volume of poems as her thesis, will represent Mount Holyoke College at the Glascock Poetry Competition March 27.
Carol Geary Schneider ’67, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, will deliver the keynote at MHC's 178th commencement.
For Aderike Ajao '16, career exploration at MHC leads to a summer internship in New York City at banking giant Barclays.
Clara Kann ’12 demystifies the journey of wine from grape to bottle, and traces her own career back to the MHC science class she didn’t want to take.
“I don’t know where else I could do this. The resources here are incredible. There is a freedom to create your own education, and you can meld and shape it the way you want.” — Sarah Hastings ’15
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