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A first-year seminar—What in the World is Going On?—challenges students to bring their diverse experiences to bear on the planet's most complex problems.
More than 150 seniors will speak about their scholarship at the April 17 Senior Symposium, an all-day demonstration of students’ intellectual passions.
The scholarships will fund summer study abroad in Urdu, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Korean, and Turkish for students chosen in a competitive selection process.
Robert Forrester, CEO of the Newman’s Own Foundation, speaks to MHC students on the power of philanthropy to make good in the world.
This fall, the entire MHC community will read and discuss ‘Americanah,’ a story of race and identity by prize-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
During Thank an Alum Days, students are showing their appreciation to all who have joined the "10,000 alumnae for MHC" movement this year!
“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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