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Sisters Talia, Toni, and Tessa Gonzales are charting their own paths at MHC while they enjoy the rare distinction of sharing their college experience.
Grants from the Fulbright Program will support MHC winners’ graduate study and independent research, and send two to teach English in Europe and Asia.
Sarita Gupta ’96 carried the lessons—intellectual and activist—of her college days into her work leading the progressive group Jobs for Justice.
Lynk on the Road brought students and alumnae together in Boston to network for careers in public service.
The scholarships will fund summer study abroad in Urdu, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Korean, and Turkish for students chosen in a competitive selection process.
During Thank an Alum Days, students are showing their appreciation to all who have joined the "10,000 alumnae for MHC" movement this year!
“I don’t know where else I could do this. The resources here are incredible. There is a freedom to create your own education, and you can meld and shape it the way you want.” — Sarah Hastings ’15
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