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Donna Williams ’84 used her business savvy to found Field Goods, which transforms the model of how to get fresh food from farms to families' dinner tables.
Here’s an introduction to some of the more than 600 seniors who, like Mount Holyoke itself, believe not only in facing change, but also in leading it.
A documentary focused on teaching philosophy to kids, led by Mount Holyoke College professor Tom Wartenberg, has been nominated for a regional Emmy.
Momentum is running high from the Final Challenge, Reunion, and Commencement, bringing us closer than ever to our goal. Have you joined the movement yet?
This summer, Davis Projects for Peace award winner Catheleen Heyliger FP’16 will start an ambitious project aimed at improving women's lives in Léogâne.
The Hollings award will help Erin Jones ’17 develop her deep love of oceanography by providing academic funding, contacts, and a paid research internship.
“I remember my first year coming to the Common Read panel thinking the book was great and unflawed, and leaving with my view turned completely upside down and complicated by the discussion. That is what a Mount Holyoke education is all about.” — Casey Accardi ’15
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