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Mount Holyoke College’s third annual learning conference on diversity, equity and inclusion draws big crowds and big topics.
Mount Holyoke’s BOOM conference on diversity looks to the past to better the future.
Kijua Sanders-McMurtry will play a key role at Mount Holyoke as the first vice president for equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer.
Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Carmen Perez, founders of the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., were the keynote speakers.
Dolores Huerta, social justice pioneer, organizer, and indomitable civil rights advocate, to deliver the 2017 Commencement address.
Mount Holyoke College has hired a new Title IX and 504 coordinator, Shannon Da Silva, to usher ideas and conversations into actions and access.
A class on social justice and religion teaches students to listen to their ideals and act on them for the greater good.
Mount Holyoke recognizes the extraordinary efforts of the staff in making the College the extraordinary place it is.
Mount Holyoke’s keystone diversity conference is in its third year and going strong.
National Endowment funds pilot program to explore global and local inequalities through humanities lens.
Welcome to the Dining Commons, which offers cuisine from around the world, extended hours and unlimited swipes in a spacious and modern setting.
The inspiring performance artist and founder of The Body is Not Apology will shine a spotlight on the “body positivity” movement on Thursday, March 2.
Mount Holyoke student Lucy James-Olson ’22 reflected on the past and future of LGBTQ acceptance 50 years after Stonewall.
A sophomore has found more diversity, autonomy and acceptance on campus than in her city of millions.
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