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Margaret Wiss ’16 made her choreographic debut at the Biomorphic Dance Festival in NYC.
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.
A team of six Mount Holyoke College students took the prize for “Best Business Suggestion” at a big-data analysis competition.
Check out the Commencement page for everything you need to know—schedules, tickets, dining, parking, stories, and more.
Student-athlete Julia Bell ’16 is one of three winners nationwide of the 2016 Rising Star and Commitment Award.
Nowhere has President Pasquerella's dedication to access to education been more evident than here at Mount Holyoke. Join us in thanking her.
"It is here that I've been able to cultivate my opinions, find my voice, and learn when it is my turn to listen." — Kate Applegate ’16
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