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Expanding military courts is a time-tested strategy for strong-arm governments, says Andy Reiter, Mount Holyoke professor of politics.
Jon Western, Carol Hoffmann Collins '63 Professor of International Relations and Five College Professor of International Relations, has died.
The power of two Democratic senators to derail party priorities is due to a razor-thin majority, not poor party unity, says Mount Holyoke’s Adam Hilton.
Mount Holyoke’s graduate programs in education have ranked in the top half of 2022’s “Best Online Programs” according to U.S. News & World Report.
Mount Holyoke’s Library, Information, and Technology Services has rolled out virtual reality workshops to enhance in-person teaching and learning.
Mount Holyoke researcher Patrica Brennan’s research found that dolphin clitorises have more in common with the human organ than previously known.
When it comes to providing STEM education for historically marginalized populations, Mount Holyoke smashes through barriers.
Mount Holyoke President Sonya Stephens slams the notion that women should not be recruited in the sciences.
Mount Holyoke professor Marta Sabariego brings vision and goals, with a healthy dose of empathy, to her research and mentorship.
A review of the top Mount Holyoke news stories of the year tells the story of 2021, from adaptation to triumph.