Mount Holyoke brings the world in and prepares its students to go out into the world.
Blue skies and magnolias in full bloom — it must be spring at Mount Holyoke.
Jorge, the (unofficial) campus mascot, leaving tracks by Lower Lake.
2019 marked the 10th anniversary of the annual Hortense Parker Celebration, which honors the first known student of color to graduate from Mount Holyoke. This year's event included keynote speaker Rochelle Calhoun ’83, vice president of campus life at Princeton University, an alum panel discussion and an essay contest. Winning submissions this year were by Toni-Ann Williams ’23 and Anpa’o Locke ’21.
Mount Holyoke’s third annual BOOM! Building on Our Momentum Learning Conference drew crowds of students, faculty and staff to more than 40 sessions. The day focused on issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, with workshop ranging from grassroots organizing and listening across differences to the neurobiology of trauma.
Gracious Dinner is one of Mount Holyoke’s delicious traditions.
Celebrated artist Joan Jonas ’58 directed students in a one-time reconfigured staging of her groundbreaking 1969 and 1970 performances, “Mirror Piece I” and “Mirror Piece II.” The 15 performers represented a range of artistic interests and disciplines across the liberal arts, from neuroscience and art history to French and film studies.