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After two years of virtual celebrations, Mount Holyoke’s awards ceremony celebrating the accomplishments of its students is back in person.
Mount Holyoke College will hold its 2020 Commencement on May 29, 2022 and has announced the speakers for the celebration.
Data collected by Mount Holyoke students has shown a major policy flaw in a program originally meant to fight housing blight.
Mount Holyoke College received nearly 5,000 applications for admission this year — an all-time record number.
Mount Holyoke students interested in careers in public service got pointers from alums and San Juan’s former mayor.
Poet Natalie Diaz, Katherine Butler Jones ’57, Susannah Sirkin ’76 and author Ocean Vuong will speak to Mount Holyoke’s class of 2022 at its Commencement.
Mount Holyoke professor Mark McMenamin seeks clues to the valley’s Jurassic past hidden away in fossilized bones.
Mount Holyoke’s Earth Week observation included a keynote speech by Melina Laboucan-Massimo, who called out environmental racism in the U.S.
Charu Sharma ’14 credits her education at Mount Holyoke for lifting her to Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list for 2022.
Yavilah McCoy, speaker at Mount Holyoke's BOOM! 2022, talks about going beyond virtue signaling and finding allies and accomplices.
Mount Holyoke’s Professional and Graduate Education division awarded $250,000 to help local teachers and students with post-pandemic transitions.
The annual Latke-Hamantaschen Debate is Mount Holyoke College’s most cerebral food fight.
Andrew Reiter, associate professor at Mount Holyoke College, writes for Newsweek that Putin will not be tried for his war crimes in Ukraine.
Mount Holyoke’s President Sonya Stephens wrote an editorial condemning Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill and warns of similar bills.
David Hernández, associate professor of Latina/o studies at Mount Holyoke, discusses the biases against Black and Muslim applicants for U.S. citizenship.