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January at Mount Holyoke
In January, Mount Holyoke welcomed spring admits, congratulated professors and student-athletes, and celebrated the community.
A guide to women’s collegesUS News & World Report says women’s colleges are “ a great choice for students interested in leadership.” Kate Meacham ’20, reflecting on the unique power of our alumnae network, said, “Even if people don’t know you, they want to support you and help you.”
Do horses keep the beat? Neuroscience and behavior major and equestrian Lexi Lobdell ’20 takes to the Equestrian Center to find out. Read her blog.
A community of musicMusic professor Tianhui Ng conducts the Pioneer Valley Symphony as a way to build community. Next performance: Feb. 15, 2020, at 7:30 p.m., at John M. Greene Hall, Smith College.
Alumnae Association launches Alums in TechPhysics professor Kathy Aidala helped launch a pilot event for alums in tech, hosted by the Club of Northern California.
NEH Fellowship awardJessica Maier, associate professor of art history, was awarded a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities to finish her book on Italian Renaissance prints.
Graduate programs shoutout Students and teachers share what they love about studying teaching at Mount Holyoke. Watch the video.
“American Idiot” comes to townFirst-year student Gina Pasciuto and sophomore Hannah Dubé spent January in rehearsals for Green Day’s “American Idiot,” the musical, produced by Amherst College.
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