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Professors: How the Lynk experience works.

Three Mount Holyoke professors, writing in Peer Review, share the case study of how the College institutionalized ways for students to connect curriculum and career.

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Senior Symposium showcases student research.

More than 150 seniors will speak about their research and scholarship at the April 17 Senior Symposium, an all-day demonstration of students' intellectual passions.

Meghan Godorov

Negotiating salary: tips for new grads.

Meghan Godorov gives pragmatic advice and suggests simple tools that can help new grads start strong as new hires.

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Artist to engage community on sustainability.

Miller Worley lecture and community project will focus on the integration of art and the creative process in the understanding of sustainability.

Associate Professor of Physics Kathy Aidala

Why aren’t there more women in science?

Professor Kathy Aidala leads a discussion about how to get more women in science at the latest SciTech Café gathering.

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"She Stoops to Conquer" to be staged April 16.

Mount Holyoke College will present Oliver Goldsmith's frothy comedy of manners April 16–19 in Rooke Theatre.

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Week of events honors women of color.

Members of the Mount Holyoke College community gathered for a week of events revolving around the impact of women of color March 27 to April 4, 2015.

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‘Americanah’ chosen as 2015 Common Read.

This fall, the entire Mount Holyoke community will read and discuss Americanah, a story of race and identity by prize-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Portrait of author Lindsey Pollak

Seniors urged to face the future confidently.

Speakers at the first Senior Summit offered encouragement and practical advice to help seniors design and achieve their own ideas of postcollege success.

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Alum’s clemency work draws on MHC experience.

Bridget Grier ’14 and the Clemency Project connect federal prisoners with volunteer lawyers to negotiate shorter sentences for nonviolent crimes.