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The Mount Holyoke music professor’s works draw from a broad stylistic background for their “door-blasting power,” says reviewer from the NYT.
Mount Holyoke’s joint degree program in Geneva gives students on-the-ground experience in international work and a graduate degree.
Mount Holyoke’s first production of the academic year marks a return of live theater to campus.
Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez offers advice in her keynote lecture for Latinx Heritage Month at Mount Holyoke College.
Hundreds of students, staff and faculty flocked to the top of Mt. Holyoke on Mountain Day, a tradition since 1838 when Mary Lyon decreed it so.
Claudia Fox Tree, M.Ed, is an educator and social justice activist who will present a panel at Mount Holyoke for Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Mount Holyoke professor Valerie Barr ’77 is a recipient of an NSF grant that funds a multi-institution collaboration toward diversity in computer science.
New research hints at planetary chaos in some solar systems, which may be incompatible with life, according to Mount Holyoke’s Thomas Burbine.
Mount Holyoke College announced it is a host institution sponsor for AASHE’s Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education.
For the fourth time in five years, Mount Holyoke’s graduate teaching program boasts a winner of a coveted national grant.
Carmen Yulín Cruz, former mayor of San Juan and distinguished fellow at Mount Holyoke College, reflects on the four-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria.
Research conducted by Corey Flanders, assistant professor at Mount Holyoke, links intimate partner violence in the bi community to biphobia.
Mount Holyoke has received the 2021 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from “INSIGHT Into Diversity” magazine.
Suparna Roychoudhury, associate professor of English, brings an expansive passion for knowledge to her teaching and scholarship at Mount Holyoke.
Mount Holyoke College was recently lauded by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review and Washington Monthly.