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Michaela Flanders ’22, standing on a wooden bridge, wears a red skirt with a beige shawl and smiles

Exploring bioethics via independent research

With her Lynk-funded research and a special major in bioethics and psychology, Michaela Flanders ’22 probes the intersection of society and mental health.

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Pot use clouds conflict resolution in couples

A Mount Holyoke professor’s research says cannabis users believe they are better at dealing with relationship conflict than they really are.

Gay pride and trans pride flags at the Stonewall National Monument. Grace.Mahony, CC BY-SA 4.0

Beyond the binary: creating inclusive classes

Mount Holyoke’s graduate program is working to ensure that teachers can create inclusive curricula and classrooms.

Deepika Kumawat ’24, wearing a black t-shirt, stands with the Mount Holyoke campus in the background

Learning to ask questions

Through her studies and co-curricular activities, Deepika Kumawat ’24 has become deeply rooted in the MHC community.

Professor Lucas Wilson addressed the class of 2022 at the Baccalaureate ceremony in Abbey Memorial C

Ending one journey and beginning anew

Mount Holyoke College celebrated its Baccalaureate ceremony for the class of 2022.

More than 300 recent alums filled the Kendall Field House for 2020 Commencement.

Celebrating the class of 2020 in person

Mount Holyoke College fulfilled its promise to the class of 2020 of an in-person Commencement and did so in joy and community.

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Senior Symposium showcases student scholarship

More than 100 seniors presented their research to peers, supporters and friends as senior symposium returned to campus.

A gradient moon (blue to orange) rises behind brown mountains in various shades. Text reads "Mount Holyoke Colloege. TOCLC. Trailblazards of Color Leadership Conference"

The Trailblazers of Color Leadership Conference is back

Mount Holyoke’s eighth annual Trailblazers of Color Conference focused on community connections and collective wellness.

This is a side-by-side image. On the left, rainbow-colored block letters read, "Diverse, Inclusive, Accepting, Welcoming Safe Space For Everyone. We stand together." On the right, a hand holds a lavender tassel, lavender sprig and a rainbow flag.

Lavender Ceremony for the Class of 2022

Mount Holyoke College’s LGBTQ+ students from the Class of 2022 were honored during Senior Week. 

Savvy Harcum ’22 leans against a window and smiles

Supported locally, learning globally

After studying abroad in South Korea, senior Savvy Harcum plans a career helping lower-income families. The supportive Mount Holyoke community provided inspiration and opportunities.

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