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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.
Isabel, an English and Politics double major from Weston, CT, is a Peer Career Advisor and member of the UMass Theatre Guild.
Anna is a Politics major with a Nexus minor in Journalism, Media, and Public Discourse. She is also an award winning French horn player.
Madison is a double major in Architectural Studies and Music. She is an avid member of the MHC musical community and hails from West Linn, Oregon.
Zoe is a Economics and History double major from Scarsdale, New York. She is an avid student athlete and advocate.
Andrea is pursuing a self-designed major in American Studies with a concentration in Latina/o/x Studies. She is a Posse Foundation Scholar from Miami, FL.
Katie Prince is a double major in English and Theatre Arts and the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the digital student publication The Mount.
Relyn is a Music major and Art History minor with a passion for the intersections between race, identity, and music expression. She is from Miami, Florida.
Miranda is a double major in Film Studies & Theatre Arts, with a Nexus in Journalism, Media, and Public Discourse. She loves reading in the library atrium.
Khadija is a International Relations major with a focus on the Middle East and Francophone literature. She is an active and enthusiastic political force.
Phoebe is a Philosophy major with both a minor in German Studies and Anthropology minor. She is from South Hadley, Massachusetts.
Haley is an Environmental Studies major with a concentration in ecosystem science. She is the president of Bellatrix, MHC's science fiction & fantasy org.
Ashley is a Biology and Psychology double major from Los Angeles, California. She is a co-chair of the Asian Students Association and Biology Club.
Ioanna is pursuing a special major in BioInformatics, a nexus minor in Data Science, and a 5-College Certificate in Biomathematics.
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