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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 spring semester.
Mount Holyoke College Professor Elizabeth Markovits appeared on “The State We’re In” to discuss the race for the White House.
Mount Holyoke College student Lily Reavis ’21 talked to The Washington Post about dating amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mount Holyoke College alum Areeba Kamal ’16 went from working odd jobs to pay college application fees to MBA student and Apple product manager.
NASA has taken a sample from an asteroid more than 200 million miles away. Mount Holyoke’s Thomas Burbine explained why that’s important.
Mount Holyoke College presents June and Angie Provost speaking about Black land ownership and the plight of Black farmers.
U.S. News & World Report talks to Mount Holyoke College faculty Andrea Lawlor and Samuel Ace about studying creative writing in college.
Mount Holyoke alum Veronika Kivenson FP’13 is helping research the mysterious ocean dumpsite of half a million barrels of DDT.
Mount Holyoke College Professor Elizabeth Markovits appeared on “The State We’re In” to talk about a tumultuous week in American politics.
Mount Holyoke’s Riché J. Daniel Barnes studies the Black experience in the diaspora from an anthropological viewpoint.
Mount Holyoke’s Naomi Darling’s architecture combines cultural influences with a foundation in sustainability.
Members of the Mount Holyoke faculty are playing a key role in the Pioneer Valley Symphony’s new look at women composers.
Mount Holyoke senior Mirei Golding-Powers tackled a multilingual internship across the world — from her home in California.
An interview with Sonya Atalay in advance of her talk “Repatriation, Reclaiming and Indigenous Wellbeing: Braiding New Research Worlds.”
Mount Holyoke alum Umama Zillur ’18 is the founder of Kotha, an organization dedicated to ending Bangladesh’s culture of gender-based violence.
Mount Holyoke alum Kaneka Turner MAT ’15 has created an initiative to celebrate Black women in mathematics.