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A newly uncovered collection of athletic apparel provides a rare glimpse into some of the earliest athletic wear for women — and the students who wore it.
Clara Kann ’12 demystifies the journey of wine from grape to bottle, and traces her own career back to the MHC science class she didn’t want to take.
Students across disciplines engage with art through a program that brings classroom work to the MHC Art Museum, where curriculum and the visual arts meet.
Thanks a generous grant, MHC’s new MEDIAL Project is integrating arts and technology and giving students resources to create, exhibit and perform.
Students in the iDesign Studio class in Computer Science and the Costuming II class in the Theater Department teamed up to create this short production.
From clothes that light up to vacuum-formed chocolate molds, the Mount Holyoke College Makerspace offers tools and training to create and collaborate.
Mount Holyoke is one of few colleges to offer a class in stage combat, an important skill for actors as well as a fun opportunity for non-theater majors.
After its successful off-Broadway run, the new play comes home — to where the story all began.
Olabode Omojola, professor of African music at MHC, is the lead organizer for the African Cinema Symposium and Festival.
Film studies students explore motion-controlled videography in the MHC Makerspace.
A speaker series from the new Digital Arts Initiative brings world-class scholars and artists to campus to discuss how arts and technology interact.
Mount Holyoke’s Michael Davis uses contemporary tools like virtual reality goggles to “see” into history and reconstruct lost buildings.
“Just when I’m settling into a particular conviction, a student will say something that opens up a whole new way of seeing things.”
Vanessa James’ design for the off-Broadway production of a new play, “Van Gogh’s Ear,” about the artist, incorporates extravagant detail and materials.
Visiting artist Terre Vandale ’02 uses the Campus Living Laboratory as her classroom to teach her dance students about place, movement and the environment.
Wonder Woman smashes the superhero glass ceiling in more ways than one, says film studies professor Robin Blaetz.
The Makerspace prepares future leaders by combining technology and the liberal arts to teach and engage students studying every academic discipline.
Mount Holyoke College’s Robin Blaetz discusses Joan of Arc through the ages on a BBC podcast
The African cinema festival, a first in Western Massachusetts, will showcase films from the continent that span countries, decades and genres.
“The Rider,” a film by Chloé Zhao ’05, won the Art Cinema Award, the top prize at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight.
Classes from Mount Holyoke and the Five College West African Music Ensemble joyfully performed together, featuring drums, dance and music.
Films, one of India’s many rich artistic traditions, are far more sophisticated, creative, and self-aware than the “Bollywood” moniker implies.
Many Mount Holyoke College students pursue internships in the Pioneer Valley, which offers exciting opportunities.
A day of Tudor Tailor workshops hosted by the theatre arts department drew a crowd eager to study 16th-century clothing with a 21st-century eye.
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