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Mount Holyoke’s Marcella Runell Hall discussed reorienting this year’s sophomores alongside new first-year students with the Boston Globe.
Cheers rang out across the Mount Holyoke College campus during the first in-person Convocation since the beginning of the pandemic.
Mount Holyoke College welcomes students back to the long-awaited return to fully in-person classes and community.
Ten esteemed Mount Holyoke College faculty members have retired.
Mount Holyoke alum Rumbi Bweinofa-Petrozzello ’94 is the president of the New York State Society of CPAs and the first woman of color to hold that role.
Amber Douglas has been named Mount Holyoke’s Dean of the College and will lead a new student success division.
Mount Holyoke College has made a variety of upgrades and improvements to its infrastructure to welcome the student body to campus.
Mount Holyoke College has been named one of the best maker schools in higher education by Newsweek in partnership with the publisher Make.
Martha Hoopes, Mount Holyoke professor of biological sciences, spoke to Environmental Tech about the extinction crisis the world’s wildlife faces.
Shakia Barron brings Black dance techniques and style to Mount Holyoke’s dance department and puts them center stage.
Mount Holyoke student Kylie Gellatly FP’23 has published her first collection of poetry, “The Fever Poems.”
Amanda Maciuba, Mount Holyoke assistant professor of art, uses the medium of printmaking to explore and express the layered complexity of the world.
Mount Holyoke College students presented at a College-organized Black Studies and Romanticism conference.
Mount Holyoke professor Andrew Reiter wrote in the Boston Globe on the moral — and political – imperative for US intervention in the Caribbean country.
Kijua Sanders-McMurtry, vice president for equity and inclusion at Mount Holyoke, is now on the Joseph & Evelyn Lowery Institute board of trustees.