Class of 2010 News
"Strawberries and Champagne" May 5
Strawberries and Champagne, a cherished tradition celebrating seniors’ upcoming graduation, is hosted by the Alumnae Association every year on the last day of classes.
May 4, 2010
Kelsey Andersen '10 Featured on WFCR
Kelsey Andersen '10 talks about her experience with MHC's Community Based Learning program in a May 21 broadcast on WFCR.
May 21, 2010
Senior Symposium Showcases Student Work
Now in its fifth year, the daylong Senior Symposium, held on April 16, highlighted the far-ranging intellectual pursuits of Mount Holyoke’s graduating class.
Amber Knee '10 Learns about Eco Architecture
Mount Holyoke’s Amber Knee '10 develops real-life sustainable housing projects at the Amherst-based ecological architectural firm, T.I.A. Architects.
Allison Williams '10 "Sees Gender Everywhere"
Mount Holyoke’s Allison Williams '10 applies gender theory to her internship experience at the Northampton-based Media Education Foundation.
Ariel Hahn '10 Joins the Film Festival Circuit
Film studies major Ariel Hahn '10 saw the 65th Venice Film Festival through the eyes of a public relations intern for a world renowned agency.
Sarah Mauro '10 Thinks (And Acts) Locally
After completing a summer internship at the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, the Connecticut native recommended looking for internships locally to fellow students.
Sarah London '10 Explores Sustainability
Sarah London's internship with Worldwatch Institute confirmed that environmental studies is the right choice for her academically and professionally.
Roshonda Degraffenreid FP’10 Heads to Ghana
The psychology major crossed the Atlantic Ocean for the first time to help a Ghana-based organization empower African women and advocate for their rights.
Global Images Contest 2009-2010
Sasha Williams ’10 was among the winners in the McCulloch Center’s 2009-2010 Global Images Contest. View her photo of Jerusalem’s Western Wall, as well as many others.
MHC's Silver '10 Broadcasts in Maine
While spending the fall at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Samantha Silver '10 took a look at some unusual slices of life in the seacoast towns of Maine.
MHC Seniors Noted by Computing Association
Two computer science seniors were selected for honorable mention in the Computing Research Association's Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award competition.
Science Students Spend Semester in Woods Hole
MHC students Haruka Fujimaki ’10, Ayala Ben-Chaim ’11, and Christine Kobyljanec ’11 spent the fall in the Semester in Environmental Science Program.
Hati Fujimaki '10 Wins Photo Honors
Haruka (Hati) Fujimaki '10 won top ten honors in the Olympus BioScapes 2009 competition for her image of salmon embryos; professor Rachel Fink earned honorable mention.
Ana Kniazeva ’10 Named DAAD Ambassador
Meet MHC student Ana Kniazeva ’10, who studied at the University of Leizig in Germany during her junior year. Click on her photo on the DAAD Web page to watch the video.
Mariya Karimjee '10 Reports for Newsline
Mount Holyoke student Mariya Karimjee '10 writes about sandboarding in the Sahara Desert in a travel piece for Pakistan's Newsline magazine.
Convocation 2009: MHC Red-y for Action
Red was the color of the day as Mount Holyoke President Joanne V. Creighton and the proud--and loud--class of 2010 started their last year.