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One campus. More than 700 acres. Limitless ways to explore. Here are 12 can’t-miss destinations on campus.
The LGBTQ Alum Oral History Project gives voice to an important part of Mount Holyoke’s past and helps to shape its future.
Six students won Grinspoon awards for their new businesses, highlighting Mount Holyoke’s commitment to entrepreneurship.
Toshi Miyagawa came to Mount Holyoke in 1890 from Japan and, after graduation, returned to her home country to teach.
The LA Times features Andrea Lawlor in conversation with Hilary Plum about Lawlor’s acclaimed new novel, “Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl.”
An anonymous group of alumnae will contribute $.50 for every dollar raised during our June Challenge. Make your gift to The Mount Holyoke Fund today!
“Mount Holyoke has taught me how to be an advocate for change, not just when it benefits me, but for the greater good.” – Brandy Williamson ’18
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