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Please visit the Campus Updates page for information on Mount Holyoke’s response to the global pandemic. The Opening the Gates website contains the plan for the fall semester. FAQs are being updated regularly.
Five students build careers in public policy as they work, study and live in the nation’s capital, as part of Mount Holyoke’s new program.
The newest program offered by graduate programs at Mount Holyoke trains paraeducators of color working in Amherst public schools to be teachers.
The annual conference featured more than 200 student presentations about their internships and research projects.
This is the perfect time for “American Moor,” a play running Nov. 8–10 about one actor’s Othello audition, says Mount Holyoke professor Amy Rodgers.
Mount Holyoke students and alumnae attended the 10-day Global Leadership Summit in South Africa this summer, returning with inspiration and commitment.
An art installation by Mount Holyoke’s Naomi Darling that closes Nov. 7 challenges the public to engage with the sun in a meaningful way.
The author and activist will speak about her book at Mount Holyoke College on Oct. 23.
Jennifer Baker, Alexander Chee and Nelly Rosario, three of the writers in this collection, will speak at Mount Holyoke on October 16.
Science writer and New York Times columnist Carl Zimmer will speak on Oct. 23 at Mount Holyoke College.
Mount Holyoke’s Eva Paus will speak about her new book at the Odyssey Bookshop on Oct. 10.
“She inspired us all with her incredible courage, her spirit, her positive attitude and her love of life.” – C.J. Law, head riding coach
The new advanced microscopy system will bring new research, interdisciplinary collaboration and community outreach opportunities to Mount Holyoke.
Mount Holyoke students in the pilot MHC Semester in D.C. program began by meeting with Rep. Nita Lowey ’59 and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.