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Visit the campus updates page for information on Mount Holyoke's response to the global pandemic. The Opening the Gates site also contains details about the fall semester.
Mount Holyoke College kicks off its Common Read of the year in conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of The 1619 Project.
The College’s first virtual Convocation centered the lifelong relationships, connections, and joy and resilience of the Mount Holyoke community.
Mount Holyoke’s newest faculty bring cross-disciplinary scholarship to the College’s thriving intellectual community.
MHCVotes!, a new student-led effort at Mount Holyoke College, is focusing on voter education, turnout and fairness.
Mount Holyoke professor André White spoke on the importance of engaging in mentorship, developing networks and being a “beacon” for those who come next.
Mount Holyoke assistant professor of politics Adam Hilton spoke with GQ magazine about the shifting politics of western Massachusetts.
Mount Holyoke associate professor Tianhui Ng worked with White Snake Projects to stage an online concert.
Mount Holyoke Associate Professor Riché J. Daniel Barnes talks to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Kamala Harris’ historic vice presidential nomination.
Mount Holyoke rolls out a chosen-name policy to enable community members to self-select their names.
Riché J. Daniel Barnes, associate professor of gender studies at Mount Holyoke College, spoke about the history of the 19th Amendment.
Mount Holyoke College faculty were ranked No. 1 in “Professors Get High Marks” by The Princeton Review
The new smoke and tobacco-free campus policy at Mount Holyoke College goes into effect in August 2020.
Mount Holyoke professor Iyko Day argues that the rise in anti-Asian sentiment is fueled by both current leadership and capitalist principles.
Mount Holyoke College’s Common Read for 2020 will be prose essays from The New York Times Magazine’s ongoing initiative The 1619 Project.
Hear from Esha Sridhar ‘22 as she discusses her application to Davis Projects for Peace.