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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’s Kijua Sanders-McMurtry and Angelis Liriano ’22 were on Connecting Point to discuss the College’s anti-racism action plan.
Mount Holyoke’s first remote Semester in D.C. program also has the first Frances Perkins Scholar, first Posse Scholar and first 21st-Century Scholar.
Mount Holyoke’s tradition of Mountain Day goes back to 1838, but 2020 was different from any other, as the community celebrated online across the globe.
Students reflecting on their internships through the annual LEAP 2020 presentations demonstrated the depth and breadth of the liberal arts.
Mount Holyoke College welcomes Martha Jones to discuss her book “Vanguard,” how Black women defied both racism and sexism to fight for the right to vote.
James Harold, professor of philosophy at Mount Holyoke, has published a new book that explores whether art can be morally evaluated.
Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and writer Melissa Harris-Perry talked voting and voter suppression as a part of Mount Holyoke’s voting series.
Mount Holyoke’s Jerrine Tan explores toxic white feminism and intersectionality in her essay about “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”
For Mount Holyoke’s annual Hortense Parker day, Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, spoke about revolutionary healing.
Paul Weissman, benefactor of Mount Holyoke College, died on September 30, 2020, at the age of 89.
Mount Holyoke professor Katherine Aidala was nominated to be an APS fellow for her research and her dedication to mentorship and science communication.
Mount Holyoke College’s Alumnae Association supports the research, studies and projects of alums through its Alumnae Fellowships program.
Gabriel Hall starts at Mount Holyoke College as the new assistant director of Campus Diversity Programming and LGBTQ Initiatives.
Culinary historian and Mount Holyoke alum Barbara Ketchum Wheaton ’53 first dreamed of a database of historical cookbooks more than 50 years ago.
At this contentious moment, how can K-12 educators engage students in constructive, respectful dialogue? Mount Holyoke presents a three-part workshop.