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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.
A new class teaches Mount Holyoke students about vaccine development, assessment and implementation — and how to be scientists in the world.
Adam Hilton, assistant professor of politics at Mount Holyoke College, has penned an editorial on how the Democratic Party can manage internal pressures.
Dance instructor Barbie Diewald used an iPad, laptops, a ladder and many props to bring the dance studio to her Mount Holyoke students — remotely.
Katie Berry has won the Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar award for her research program, which engages undergraduates in research on biochemical processes.
The Mount Holyoke College stories you read the most this year — one more time.
When remote internships expanded her hiring circle, Lyubina Martinova ’12 sought Mount Holyoke interns for the financial planning firm she partners with.
A Mount Holyoke College team of researchers is providing new resources to make learning statistics more accessible to students with disabilities.
The Posse Foundation has entered its second decade in partnership with Mount Holyoke College.
Mount Holyoke College Associate Professor of Physics Kerstin Nordstrom talks to NPR about rainbows.
Diversifying museum boards is not enough to attract and maintain diverse supporters, says Patricia Banks, professor of sociology at Mount Holyoke College.
Mount Holyoke College professor M. Darby Dyar is being awarded the Alumnae Achievement Award from her alma mater, Wellesley College.
Teaching leadership and fitness to student-athletes and all students is a core part of Lori Hendricks’ goals, says the athletics director at Mount Holyoke.
Mount Holyoke’s Department of Film, Media, Theater is continually adapting to overcome the challenges of COVID-19.
Current Mount Holyoke students who major or minor in Spanish, Latina/o or Latin American Studies gave presentations on their internships.
Mount Holyoke alum Tamia Williams ’18 combines her love of science and art to teach others how to enjoy physics.