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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 professor Iyko Day argues that the rise in anti-Asian sentiment is fueled by both current leadership and capitalist principles.
Mount Holyoke College’s Common Read for 2020 will be prose essays from The New York Times Magazine’s ongoing initiative The 1619 Project.
Hear from Esha Sridhar ‘22 as she discusses her application to Davis Projects for Peace.
Elizabeth Markovits has been named Associate Dean of Faculty. Her two-year term starts immediately.
Norman “Sandy” McCulloch Jr., benefactor of Mount Holyoke College, died on July 26, 2020, at the age of 94.
Michael Flynn, director of Mount Holyoke’s math leadership program, tells parents not to sweat the small stuff like laptop features — internet is key.
Faced with adapting a dance classroom to online learning, Shakia Johnson created Black Beauty Dance, a remote program for all.
Buzzfeed lists Lauret Savoy as one of 11 women whose writing has changed the way the world sees itself.
Visiting Lecturer Jerrine Tan considers the promise of cyberpunk literature and the reality of contemporary Singapore.
As mysterious federal troops clash with protesters, Mount Holyoke professor Andrew Reiter says there’s little to be done.
The Professional and Graduate Education program now offers an online program for teachers working with culturally and linguistically diverse students.
Mount Holyoke has held a series of virtual spaces for healing, conversation and community to process racism and privilege in the world.
Barbara Smith ’69, explains to The New Yorker that identity politics is not about division, but rather unity.
Two-time alumna and fifth-grade teacher Rose Levine examines the case for —and against — reopening elementary schools this fall.
Liz Lierman has been named interim executive director of the Alumnae Association.