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Mount Holyoke College will celebrate African Americans and art through a series of exhibits, performances, and lectures during Black History Month.
The “College Girl Fiction” exhibit at MHC showcases fictional depictions of college girls in popular literature from the 20th and 21st centuries.
From the APAU to WMHC, the hundreds of student organizations on campus are a big part of the vibrant and diverse community at Mount Holyoke.
Mount Holyoke College alumnae are transcribing handwritten letters from the archives in order to make them easier to read by students and scholars.
Whether it was by toboggan or cafeteria tray (or other creative sled substitute), sledding was—and remains—a favorite winter pastime for MHC students.
Introducing Nana Konadu Cann ’16: “We all want to see one another succeed—it’s just part of the community here.”
“I came to Mount Holyoke where the culture of being bold was celebrated. Here, I can be bold.” — Woyneab Habte ’17
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