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This fall, Mount Holyoke College’s Model United Nations team will defend its #1 national ranking.
Author and environmentalist Naomi Klein delivered the Miller Worley Environmental Leadership Lecture, emphasizing need for unity among activists.
Eva Snyder ’17, founder of HackHolyoke, writes about inequality for women in the field of computer science.
MHC President Lynn Pasquerella discussed women’s leadership during a panel with the US ambassador to Belgium October 1.
Mount Holyoke College alumna Kathryn Matthew will lead the agency that provides federal support to 158,000 US libraries and museums.
Join us on campus in November for the Women Leading in Public Service Summit, which will bring together alumnae, faculty, students, and global scholars.
“Leadership is messy and not everyone is going to appreciate what you do, but that doesn’t mean you should not speak up.” — Vanessa Keverenge ’14
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