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Assistant Professor Kate Ballantine was recognized as an “Environmental Ground-Breaker” for her ecological restoration work.
Dean of faculty and Professor of international relations Jon Western discusses foreign policy issues that the next president of the US will face.
Professionalism is not a simple concept to pin down. But Grace Grieve-Carlson ’19 has penned a blog that does just that.
Over the summer, Sajia Darwish ’18 built a library for children and youth in Kabul, expanding their access to books and inspiring a culture of reading.
Mount Holyoke was my dream school for years, and being able to read that acceptance letter made so much of what I did worth it.
You can help transform lives, amplify voices, inspire dreams, and open up a world of possibilities.
“Mount Holyoke has taught me to resist against whatever pushes me down—including those with a narrow view of what women can and can’t do.” — Sajia Darwish ’18
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