Around Campus

Lydia Okutoro '98 (photo by Kathryn I. Wagner)

Lydia Okutoro '98 Wins Mary E. Woolley Award

The MHC alumna, who credits the College for fostering her passion for writing, will use the award to complete her M.F.A. at the University of Arizona.

Fun Springs Forth at MHC Festivals

MHC's beautiful campus is full of blooming flowers and outdoor events. View the photo gallery from the "Pangy" Picnic and Roots of Community Festival.
Kathryn Rose

MHC Senior Masters French and Biochemistry

Kathryn Rose '06 will pursue a Ph.D. in French literature as a Harvard Presidential Scholar and publish a groundbreaking paper in biochemistry.

Concert to Honor Jacqueline Melnick May 20

A memorial concert to honor the MHC professor and Musicorda cofounder will take place at 7:30 pm in Amherst Buckley Recital Hall.

Mount Holyoke Garners Three More Fulbrights

Melissa Yasinow '06, Katie Flachs '06, and Edana Kleinhans '03 win fellowships for teaching and study abroad.
Holyoke, Massachusetts

CBL Award Winners Announced

The Sally Montgomery Award was presented to four MHC students for a Community-Based Learning project on air quality in nearby Holyoke, Massachusetts.

Community-Based Learning Launches Video

Beyond This Green: Liberal Learning through Community Partnerships highlights the academic benefits of MHC's Community-Based Learning Program.

Sweet Treats for Mount Holyoke Seniors

The Alumnae Association welcomed its newest members, the class of 2006, with a strawberry and champagne celebration. View the slide show.

Beth Fidoten '77 Garners Award

The MHC alumna was honored for her mastery of family and career by Working Mother magazine and Advertising Women of New York.

MHC Alum Wins Prestigious Science Award

Lila Gierasch '70 is the fourth Mount Holyoke woman to win the Francis P. Garvan-John M. Olin Medal in recognition of service to chemistry by women.

MHC Summer Study in Beijing

This summer Mount Holyoke College is launching an intensive eight-week course in Chinese at Beijing Language and Culture University.

Weissman Symposium on Women's History

Recalling History: A Symposium on Women and American Memories, the final event in the Weissman Center spring series, was held May 4-5.

MHC Riders Triumph in National Tournament

The Mount Holyoke College hunt seat team captured first place out of 18 teams at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) National Championship.

Q&A: Meet MHC's Courtney M. Centeno '07

Student reporter Irina Liberman '06 caught up with this year's recipient of the Karen Snyder Sullivan Memorial Travel Award.

Kara Solem '06

Kara Solem '06 Advances to Golf Nationals

Solem is one of ten individuals selected to compete at the NCAA Division III Golf Championships May 9-12 at El Campeon Golf Course in Florida.

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