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Harriet Newhall Fellows
Harriet Newhall Fellows students conduct on-campus interviews for prospective students, aid in the planning and execution of admission special events, and correspond with prospective students. These impressive students have a wealth of experience to share about life at Mount Holyoke.
Rebecca is an International Relations and Art History double major from Italy. She’s the Vice President for the 2020 Class Board.
Soohyun Jung is a Psychology and Education major and a Politics minor from Queens, New York City.
Liz Brown is studying Politics with a Nexus Track in Law, Public Policy and Human Rights. Liz is from Burlington, Vermont.
Mira Rosenkotz grew up on Bainbridge Island, WA. She is pursuing an English major, as well as a minor in Studio Art.
Verity O’Connell currently lives in the Hudson Valley area of New York. She is double majoring in Art History and Gender Studies.
Abby Tuckett is an Architectural Studies major with a Five College certificate in Sustainability Studies.
Ellie Viggiani from Medford, MA is pursuing an Environmental Studies major with a focus in Conservation and a Politics minor.
Simon Dutton grew up in both Winter Park, FL and Oak Bluffs, MA. He is a Computer Science and Music double major.
Hannah MacDonald is a Biology major from Jericho, VT with a passion for vertebrate anatomy, plant biology and wildlife conservation.
Emely Miniño Soto is a Biology major, Psychology minor with a Nexus in Educational Policy and Practice from Newton, MA.
Ruoyi was born in Jining, Shandon, China. She is pursuing a degree in international relations with a Nexus minor in data science.
Amal Fadoo is an English major with an Entrepreneurship, Organizations, and Societies (EOS) minor. She was born in Pakistan but has lived abroad.
Kate is a religion major and an EOS minor with a passion for Entrepreneurship and the outdoors. She is studying abroad Fall ‘18 in Rabat, Morocco.
Fiona Chace-Donahue is a Neuroscience and Behavior major from Freeport, Maine.
Emma Taylor is a Romance Languages and Cultures major with a minor in Art History. She is from Beverly, Massachusetts.
Amelia is a Geography and Geopolitics and Global Securities double major with a Nexus minor in Environmental Engineering. She is from Florida.
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