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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.
Ariya is a Psychology and Education major and Education Policy Nexus minor from Washington, D.C. She is a captain of the rowing team.
Sonia is an English major and Anthropology minor from Minnesota. She is also pursuing a 5-College Certificate in Reproductive Health, Rights & Justice.
Molly is a History major with a minor in Art History. When she is not in class, Molly can often be found at one of the Five College art museums.
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.
Brie is pursuing a double major in Psychology and Sociology. You can usually find her doing research in either of the two psychology labs she works in.
Kimberly – a Music an Politics double major from the San Francisco Bay Area – is particularly interested in the use of music as mass political expression.
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.
Srishti is a Computer Science and Psychology double major from India. She’s interested in Artificial Intelligence and Human Computer Interaction.
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.
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.
Sydney is an Anthropology and Africana Studies double major with a Nexus in Non-Profit Organizations.
Carrie is an English major with a Nexus minor in Journalism, Media, and Public Discourse. She works as a graphic designer for the Mount Holyoke News.
Catherine is an Anthropology major and Spanish minor from Northampton, MA. She is currently a member of the Hunt Seat Equestrian Team.
Shanza is a Biology major and Sociology minor. After graduation, she plans on pursuing a career in dental medicine.
Nicole is a Gender Studies major and a Latinx studies minor with a Five-College Certificate in Reproductive Health, Rights & Justice.
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