Image of students walking in front of Williston Memorial Library in autumn.

Video: It’s all about community.

Whether you chose Mount Holyoke, or it chose you, you know why. It’s about having a common experience—with an amazing group of women, faculty, and alumnae.
Jerome Liebling’s 1989 photograph Emily Dickinson's White Dress, The Homestead.

President reflects on “presence in absence.”

An ethereal white dress, “a certain Slant of light,” a fearless poet, and a philosopher president. Be captivated by the College Art Museum (MHCAM) blog!

Professor traces the history of race.

In a Q&A, environmental studies professor Lauret Savoy discusses her new book, “Trace: Memory, History, Race, and the American Landscape.”
Image of Debra Martin Chase ’77 interviewing Brandy at Black Alumnae Conference 2015.

Slideshow: 2015 Black Alumnae Conference.

From civil rights activists to Hollywood stars, alums returned to campus to discuss their lives, careers, and the moments that defined their trajectories.
Image of alums at Women Leading in Public Service Summit.

Women leaders inspire at MHC.

Prominent alumnae came to campus to discuss the role of women leaders—and how to get more women seated at the table of power.
Image of students at Family and Friends Weekend.

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