Harriet Newhall Fellows

These are the 2017-2018 Harriet Newhall Fellows. These 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.

Molly is a History major and Art History minor from Maine. When she is not in class, Molly can often be found at one of the Five College art museums.
Brie is a Psychology and Sociology double major from Miami, Florida. You can usually find her in one of the two psychology labs she works in.
Sonia is an English major and Anthropology minor from Minnesota. She is also pursuing a 5-College Certificate in Reproductive Health, Rights & Justice.
Ariya is a Psychology and Education major and Education Policy Nexus minor from Washington, D.C. She is a captain of the rowing team.
Rebecca is an Environmental Studies major with a concentration in Development from California. She serves as a Head Class Agent for the 2018 Class Board.
Elisabeth is a History and French double major from Minnesota. She is a member of the Model United Nations Team and Taal, a Bollywood fusion dance group.
Catherine Lamond ’18
Catherine is an Anthropology major and Spanish minor from Northampton, MA. She is currently a member of the Hunt Seat Equestrian Team.
Alexa is a Neuroscience and Behavior major from Miami, Florida. She is on the pre-health track and is interested in pursuing a career in medicine.
Maggie is a Neuroscience and Spanish double major from Stephentown, NY. She is an EMT on the board of the Medical Emergency Response Team at MHC.
Carrie is an English major with a Nexus minor in Journalism, Media, and Public Discourse. She is from Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Srishti is a Computer Science and Psychology double major from India. She's interested in Artificial Intelligence and Human Computer Interaction.
Shanza is a Biology major and Sociology minor from Islamabad, Pakistan. After graduation, she plans on pursuing a career in dental medicine.
Kimberly, a Music and Politics double major from the San Francisco Bay Area, is particularly interested in the use of music as mass political expression.
Nicole is a Gender Studies major and Latinx studies minor with a 5-College Certificate in Reproductive Health, Rights & Justice. She grew up in Arkansas.
Sydney is an Anthropology and Africana Studies double major with a Nexus in Non-Profit Organizations. She is from Oakland, California.