Around Campus

Women's History Month panelists with Lynn Pasquerella

President Pasquerella hosts women’s panel.

President Pasquerella hosted a panel discussion about women's empowerment on Greenfield Community Television for Women's History Month.

Douglas Hall, Executive Director of the National Priorities Project

“Difficult Dialogues” takes on the federal budget.

Lynn Pasquerella discusses the federal budget with two representatives from the National Priorities Project.

Audrey St. John, associate professor of computer science

Can we change the face of tech?

Women's Colleges may play a pivotal role in changing the demographics of the field.

Image of Sonali Lappin

Prodigious step for public service students.

Lynk on the Road brings students and alumnae together in Boston to network for careers in public service.

Professor of Psychology Gail Hornstein

Professor's research gives hope to those who hear voices.

MHC psychologist Gail Hornstein is part of a movement that defies traditional psychiatric practice and has helped patients who others had labeled incurable.

Opera Singer Jun’an Wang

Chinese Yue opera star to visit MHC.

Internationally acclaimed Chinese Yue opera star Jun’an Wang will host a Chinese Yue opera lecture-demonstration titled “The Magic of Yue Opera: The Technique of Chinese Operatic Singing” on Friday, March 27 at Mount Holyoke College.

MHC launches national search for Enrollment VP.

Mount Holyoke College has launched a national search for an innovative leader with a strong commitment to women’s education and excellence in liberal education to serve as the next vice president for enrollment and dean of admission.

Image of Jessica Espinosa ’15 in the Brodie lab.

Jessica Espinosa, MHC's "internship queen."

All Mount Holyoke College students are guaranteed one paid internship. This biology major landed lab work each semester, and paid research jobs every summer.

Students at the Clinton Global Initiative University 2015 in Miami.

Mount Holyoke shines at Clinton Global Initiative U.

Eight MHC students were selected to compete in the prestigious Global Initiative University exchange.

Computer science students

Google funds new computer science initiative.

Mount Holyoke faculty members have been awarded a grant to establish a new peer-mentoring program for computer science students.

Image of terracotta pots at Talcott Greenhouse.

Flower show an annual must-see for students.

Although the botanic garden is used year-round, visitors are drawn in greatest numbers to the annual spring flower show, which runs through March 22.

Gwen Coiley '13. Image by Grace Fitzpatrick

New Spanish Corps joins College and community.

Gwen Coiley '13 connects MHC students fluent in Spanish with Holyoke public schools, who need their translation and interpretation services to reach parents and kids.

Sweet Briar College.

Sweet Briar closing a loss for liberal arts.

AACU president and MHC alumna Carol Geary Schneider writes about the value of the liberal arts and women’s education.

Image of UFS Students with MHC hosts

MHC, South African students take on social justice.

Student exchange focuses on making connections, and exploring solutions to issues of diversity and inclusion.

Award-winning faculty members flanked by President Lynn Pasquerella (L) and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty Sonya Stephens (R)

Faculty recognized for research, teaching.

Four outstanding faculty members are honored for their work in teaching and research.

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