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The bird-watchers of Mount Holyoke join the annual continental Christmas Bird Count on Dec. 15 by counting every bird they encounter on campus.
Mount Holyoke’s Michael Ofori has teamed with director of the Five College West African Music Ensemble and guest artists to sing, dance, drum and perform.
“Harriet” producer Debra Martin Chase ’77 brought the film to Mount Holyoke College for a screening and a talk with students.
November at Mount Holyoke began with Founders Day and ended with snow. In between: field hockey, Gracious Dinner, HackHolyoke, Rachel Maddow and lots more.
Christopher Benfey, professor of English at Mount Holyoke College, reviews the new Nancy Mitford biography for The New York Times.
A new partnership between Mount Holyoke College and the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools hopes to elevate all-girls education.
Andrew Reiter, Mount Holyoke College politics and international relations professor, talks to NOVA about whether humanity is getting less violent.
Mount Holyoke College celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Weissman Center for Leadership and visionaries Paul and Harriet Weissman ’58.
Rachel Maddow stopped at Mount Holyoke College to discuss her book “Blowout,” which examines the oil and gas industry and its relation to corruption.
From computer code to microprocessors, HackHolyoke at Mount Holyoke College is for every hacker, regardless of skill or experience.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the Weissman Center for Leadership, the mayor of San Juan spoke at Mount Holyoke about the power of leaders to change.
Stage combat comes to the Rooke Theatre in the play “She Kills Monsters,” directed by Noah Tuleja.
The “Collective Ground” exhibition from Mount Holyoke students explores themes from identity and vulnerability to family and politics.
Staff and students gather to commemorate Mount Holyoke founder Mary Lyon with ice cream, hot chocolate and gratitude for her vision.
The Mount Holyoke Faculty Dance Concert explores themes of loss and redemption with the performance of “One,” about the legacy of Henrietta Lacks.