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Rapper Angel Haze

Rapper Angel Haze to perform April 18.

The up-and-coming rap artist, whose music is filled with social messages, will perform at Mount Holyoke College for the annual spring concert.

L-R: Representative John Scibak, President Lynn Pasquerella, Senator Kathleen O'Connor Ives '99 and Becky Wai-Ling Packard.

Alumnae legislators join Lynk on the Road.

Massachusetts political leaders discussed careers in public service with Mount Holyoke students at a March 12 Lynk on the Road event in Boston.

Scene from "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying"

Student-led play offers feminist take on classic.

Lilly Katz ’15 reconceptualized the 1960s musical “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying” to comment on the era's rampant sexism. The show runs April 2–3.

Image of MHC Chamber Singers 2014

Chamber Singers perform with Lorelei Ensemble.

The Lorelei Ensemble will join Mount Holyoke College’s Chamber Singers in a collaborative concert April 10, featuring music for women’s choirs.

“A Call to Consciousness” answered at MHC.

Students and community members came together at Mount Holyoke College for a daylong event to raise consciousness around issues of race and social justice.

A false-color topographic map (blue marks low elevations) shows the area around Mars's Jezero Crater, which was home to an ancient lake system. Photo by NASA/MSSS/ASU/GSFC

MHC prof discovered ancient lake on Mars.

NASA may send the next Mars rover to the Jezero Crater, identified in 2005 by Mount Holyoke planetary scientist Caleb Fassett as having once been an ancient lake.

Sonia Nieto (left) and Liza A. Talusan

Celebration honors first student of color.

The April 2 Hortense Parker celebration will feature histories of the campus cultural centers, a keynote talk, music, drumming, dance, and an essay reading.

Karyn Parsons (left) and Ilyasah Shabazz

Women of Color Conference set for April 4.

Community organizer, writer Ilyasah Shabazz and Fresh Prince actress Karyn Parsons will give keynote addresses at the event. Workshops and panels also are planned.

Courtney Brunson

Student to attend Kennedy Institute ceremony.

Public dedication of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute to feature the Obamas and senators from 50 states along with student representatives.

Call to Consciousness poster

A Call to Consciousness on campus.

Mount Holyoke students convene communitywide awareness-raising event to spur conversation and awareness about race and social justice.