Around Campus

MHC Boosts International TV Lineup

The Center for Global Initiatives has worked since 2004 to offer 16 television channels on campus with programming from around the globe.

Around the Maypole: A May Day Festival at MHC

The tradition of dancing around a towering maypole weaves together the past and present. Hear Alexis Chapman '06 discuss the history of May Day.

MHC Senior Art Majors Get "Candid"

Candid, the senior studio art majors' exhibition, will be on display May 6-27 at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum. The show will feature the work of 10 senior studio art majors.

Kim Keough '06

Student Reaches Out to Incarcerated Women

Frances Perkins Scholar Kim Keough '06 is assisting Simone Weil Davis in teaching a creative writing course to both Five College and incarcerated students.
Metzi Anderson '08

Anatomy of a Cycling Championship

In a thrilling race, Metzi Anderson '08 is named Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Women's B Champion leading 83 other competitors by 16 points.
Left to right) Vincent Ferraro, Janice Hudgings, Carolyn Collette '67, and Donald Weber (click image to enlarge)

Faculty Honored for Teaching and Scholarship

The Mount Holyoke community gathered April 27 for the College's seventh annual celebration of faculty accomplishments.

MHC Innovation Fund Grant Winners Announced

President Creighton recently announced the recipients of the grants, which are awarded for projects related to the goals of the Plan for Mount Holyoke 2010.
Martha Ackmann

Ackmann on Emily Dickinson in S.F. Chronicle

In the April 30 San Francisco Chronicle, Ackmann recounts a recent Dickinson poetry marathon in Amherst celebrating National Poetry Month.

Science Students Debate Ethical Issues

After attending a President's Council on Bioethics meeting, students in Professor Fink's cloning seminar will stage a mock debate for intro bio students.

MHC Equestrians Head to Nationals

After winning regional titles, Mount Holyoke's hunt seat equitation and dressage teams vie for national honors once again.

Weissman Center Spring Series Continues

Sweet Maladies, an original play commissioned by the Weissman Center, is part of the Acts of Reconstruction series. View the photo gallery.

MHC Hosts Bioinformatics Workshop May 10-11

A grant to Mount Holyoke and Bates colleges will fund a workshop to present the use of computing technology in biological research.

May Pageant (2004)

MHC May Pageant April 28

The Mount Holyoke community will officially usher in the arrival of spring with this annual rite Friday, April 28, from 1 to 3 pm on Skinner Green.

The College Celebrates Spring April 28

Pangynaskeia Day returns this year with old traditions, revived festivities, and new celebrations of earth and the environment. The centerpiece of the festival is the all-campus picnic.