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The grant will fund a program to prepare humanities faculty to take on leadership roles at Mount Holyoke College and elsewhere.
Mount Holyoke’s historic Mead residence hall has been fully restored following a lightning strike.
Mount Holyoke College has been named one of the colleges and universities that produced the most Fulbright U.S. students for 2021-2022.
Bryan Nakayama, visiting lecturer in international relations and politics at Mount Holyoke, warns against cyberattacks on Ukraine.
The new initiative targets HBCUs, Hispanic-serving institutions and tribal colleges and universities to develop a robust and diverse teacher pipeline.
Activist and organizer LaTosha Brown will have a discussion with Carmen Yulín Cruz on Feb. 23 for Black History Month.
America’s Gilded Age was a period of unparalleled accumulation of wealth, says Mount Holyoke’s Dan Czitrom — making it the perfect setting for TV drama.
Jemelleh Coes, director of teacher leadership at Mount Holyoke, talks about her hopes of having a Black female justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Mount Holyoke College has two new associate vice presidents and a new chief of staff for the President’s Office
The two Mount Holyoke College students who led the planning and organizing of this year’s Black History Month events wanted to center Black joy.