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Reading Jane Austen can teach students how to negotiate differences, adjust to social change, and navigate emotions, says MHC professor Kate Singer.
Students were recognized for their leadership, excellence in academics, and service to communities—local to global—in an event on April 19.
The CDC shares tips on how to handle common college- and career-related questions from (mostly well-meaning!) friends and family.
Here’s an introduction to some of the graduating seniors who, like Mount Holyoke itself, believe not only in facing change, but also in leading it.
An article in Robot magazine looks at Mount Holyoke College's recent conference on robotization and the future of jobs.
Nowhere has President Pasquerella's dedication to access to education been more evident than here at Mount Holyoke. Join us in thanking her.
“I came to Mount Holyoke where the culture of being bold was celebrated. Here, I can be bold.” — Woyneab Habte ’17
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