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An Atlantic article argues that witnessing a major industrial tragedy cemented 1902 alumna Frances Perkins's resolve to spend her life helping the nation's workers.
The New York Times critic gives a rave to the new play Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon, with costumes and sets by Mount Holyoke theatre professor Vanessa James.
Joan Jonas ’58—who helped invent edgy contemporary art forms such as performance, video, and installation art—is representing the U.S. at the Venice Biennale.
Tayllor Johnson ’15 says poetry has led her to amazing places, helped her inspire others to create social change, and—most recently—landed her a job offer.
Newman’s Own Foundation’s CEO speaks to Mount Holyoke College students on the power of philanthropy to make good in the world.
A first-year seminar—What in the World is Going On?—challenges students to bring their diverse experiences to bear on the planet's most complex problems.
Critical Language Scholarships will fund summer study abroad in Urdu, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and Korean for students chosen in a competitive selection process.
In the latest Difficult Dialogues segment, President Pasquerella interviews a doctor who treated, and a reporter who chronicled, a local woman in the last days of her life.
Achieving equal pay for women starts with negotiating the salary for every job you accept. Ask, and you're more likely to receive, according to a CDC workshop.
Hoh Chung Shih, a leading composer and music educator, comes to Mount Holyoke for a week's residency and the world premiere of his new experimental work.