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Now in its fifth year at Mount Holyoke College, the Lavender Ceremony is a celebratory rite of passage for the LGBTQ community.
Mount Holyoke College’s 2021 Women of Color Trailblazers Leadership Conference focuses on entrepreneurs of color in a virtual business expo.
Mount Holyoke Fellow Carmen Yulín Cruz, former San Juan mayor, spoke with USA Today about the violence against the transgender community in Puerto Rico.
To celebrate Earth Week 2021, the Miller Worley Center for the Environment at Mount Holyoke held events to remind people that every day can be Earth Day.
Mount Holyoke geology professors tell US News & World Report that understanding the earth requires a firm grounding in liberal arts.
Mount Holyoke College has announced the three trailblazing honorary degree recipients who will join its 2021 Commencement.
The culmination of Mount Holyoke students’ academic careers, Senior Symposium marks the metamorphosis from student to expert.
Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America, will be in conversation with Carmen Yulín Cruz at Mount Holyoke College.
Mount Holyoke College’s Michael Ofori, visiting lecturer in the film music theater department, recently directed “Language of Angels” at the College.
Mount Holyoke’s Kijua Sanders-McMurtry will be joining child-safety activist Elizabeth Smart in a special dialogue for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Chloé Zhao ’05 has made history with her wins at the 93rd Academy Awards, held April 26, 2021.
The Princeton Review ranked Mount Holyoke No. 1 for “Best Schools for Making an Impact” and No. 10 for “Best Alumni Networks.”
Rep. Cori Bush will be in conversation with former State Sen. Nina Turner and Carmen Yulín Cruz from Mount Holyoke College about racial justice.
Mount Holyoke College undergraduates volunteer at Homework House, tutoring elementary school students in the city of Holyoke.
Mount Holyoke professor’s research finds that college admissions essays are even more strongly linked to socioeconomic status than test scores.