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Maimuna Ahmad ’09, CEO of Teach for Bangladesh, tells MHC students how the organization she started is transforming the lives of children and their teachers.
More than 150 seniors presented at the annual event, synthesizing their substantial work into 12-minute talks on topics abstract and concrete, timely and timeless.
Grants from the Fulbright Program will support Mount Holyoke winners’ graduate study and independent research, and send two to teach English in Europe and Asia.
Sarita Gupta ’96 carried the lessons—intellectual and activist—of her college days into her work as national executive director of the progressive group Jobs With Justice.
Mount Holyoke College's innovative smart-energy project to enhance labs and other campus facilities is praised by energy engineers in their Zondits publication.
During March and April, the College and its professors attracted these grants and fellowships.
On April 24, the campus will turn out to celebrate Pangynaskeia—the world of women—with a picnic, dancing, games, and other springtime festivities.
Senior Poorna Swami's April 18 presentation, as always, combines Indian classical dance, contemporary dance, and poetry.
Megan Allen talks about what it takes for teachers to make policy from within the classroom.