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Voting Day with stickers

Student-led effort boosts campus voting

MHCVotes! played a key role in increasing both student voter registration and voting last November to well above the national average for college students.

Hortense Parker

Celebrating history, looking to the future

Mount Holyoke honors students of color on the annual Hortense Parker Celebration, so named for the first known student of color to graduate.

Maite D. Oronoz-Rodriguez (left) and Carmen Yulín Cruz face the camera.

Discussion with Chief Justice for Puerto Rico

A talk between Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, Maite D. Oronoz-Rodriguez and Carmen Yulín Cruz will be held at Mount Holyoke College. 

Skinner Green, enveloped in fall foliage

GreenerU, greener us

Mount Holyoke has unveiled a new suite of green projects in partnership with GreenerU as a part of its commitment to action on climate change.

Students filled more than 40 panels, both in-person and virtual, to recount experiences of summer internships and independent projects.

Reflection anchor of LEAP Symposium

Mount Holyoke’s annual LEAP Symposium took place Oct. 22 and was infused with reflection and what one student dubbed “good chaos.”

C. Yulín Cruz and LinkedIn News host Nina Melendez talked about the ongoing challenges in Puerto Rico.

Cruz speaks out on LinkedIn

C. Yulín Cruz, former mayor of San Juan, spoked to LinkedIn News for Latinx Heritage Month about the ongoing issues in Puerto Rico.

Lydia Cheah ’20 took the Theory of Computation class at Mount Holyoke. She subsequently created videos as an independent study. Initially meant to support Mount Holyoke students, now the videos have thousands of views on YouTube.

Shifting climate in tech

Spurred by the mentoring of Mount Holyoke professors, Lydia Cheah ’20 has found herself leading the way to reshape the computer science career track. 

David W. Sanford

David Sanford’s music comes into its own

The Mount Holyoke music professor’s works draw from a broad stylistic background for their “door-blasting power,” says reviewer from the NYT.

 Paola Granados ’22 and Maya Mauroof ’22 both participated in the Graduate Institute in Geneva Institute program.

Toward a global future

Mount Holyoke’s joint degree program in Geneva gives students on-the-ground experience in international work and a graduate degree.

“Fabulation, or the Re-Education of Undine,” poster

Live theater returns to Mount Holyoke

Mount Holyoke’s first production of the academic year marks a return of live theater to campus.

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