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Visit the campus updates page for information on Mount Holyoke's response to the global pandemic. The Opening the Gates site also contains details about the fall semester.
This year, Mount Holyoke has surpassed its previous application record set in 2019 and had a 14% increase from fall 2020.
The Five College Consortium, which includes Mount Holyoke, has hired new staff to help build a model for Native American and Indigenous studies.
Barbie Diewald, assistant professor of dance at Mount Holyoke College, is on a team of researchers looking to quantify dance with computer-based tools.
Mount Holyoke College made the list of top college producers of Fulbright U.S. students for 2020–2021.
Mount Holyoke College Assistant Professor of Politics Adam Hilton talked to The Boston Globe about the radicalization of Republicans.
Mount Holyoke Associate Professor Andrew Reiter argues that the U.S. doesn’t have the conditions for a successful commission on the Capitol insurrection.
Mount Holyoke students and faculty, through the Five College Consortium, have access to limitless opportunities.
Mount Holyoke’s event Crafting a Life in the Arts shows students that the COVID-19 pandemic shouldn’t deter a sustaining life in the arts.
Susana M. Morris is the author of “Close Kin and Distant Relatives” and will speak at Mount Holyoke on February 10 on “Black Feminism is the Future.”
Mount Holyoke’s Cora Fernandez Anderson spoke with Argentina’s Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, who leads Argentina’s Ministry of Women, Gender and Diversity.
Mount Holyoke College’s hybrid Master of Arts in teaching degree programs were highlighted by U.S. News & World Report.
Mount Holyoke’s Elizabeth Markovits and Renae Brodie tackle the pros and cons of the modular system.
Mount Holyoke College alum Sadaffe Abid ’95, co-founder of the women’s leadership organization CIRCLE, had her trailblazing instincts nurtured on campus.
Mount Holyoke College’s André White discusses the complex sensory systems that bring the world into our brains with National Public Radio’s Short Wave.
Mount Holyoke students are finding deeper spirituality during the pandemic — despite and because of online services and events.