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Mount Holyoke honors students of color on the annual Hortense Parker Celebration, so named for the first known student of color to graduate.
Mount Holyoke’s Stoling Ceremony this year was both virtual and in person, the better to honor faculty and staff who support students of color.
The Cording Ceremony is a moment to honor the unique challenges that first-generation and low-income students overcome to graduate.
Mount Holyoke has received national recognition for its demonstrated commitment to advancing first-generation college student success.
Mount Holyoke is co-sponsoring the 2019 Intergroup Dialogue Conference, drawing together experts with a shared passion for collaborative communication.
Mount Holyoke recognizes the extraordinary efforts of the staff in making the College the extraordinary place it is.
Mount Holyoke College hosts its annual Women of Color Trailblazers Leadership Conference to empower students, faculty and staff.
Tatum, an expert in race relations and a former Mount Holyoke professor, dean and acting president, will spend the day on campus and give a public talk.
Three new Living-Learning Communities add new spaces for new and returning faces to explore their passions and find friends
The 2017 Hortense Parker Celebration featured speeches by UMass Amherst’s Whitney Battle-Baptiste and Kymberly Newberry FP’15.
Slam poet Staceyann Chin will keynote the fourth annual Women of Color Conference aimed at empowerment and opportunity