February at Mount Holyoke featured Black History Month events, Princeton Review rankings, outstanding student-athletes and of course valentines.
Princeton Review touts Mount Holyoke College
Mount Holyoke scores highly with Princeton Review, with at least two rankings in the nation’s top 20, including #11 for “Best Schools for Making an Impact.”
ABT master class on campus
Junior Hannah Nagy got instruction from Karin Averty, the ballet mistress of the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company. ABT made its annual Mount Holyoke visit to present a master class and give three public performances.
A friendship that changed Mount Holyoke
Cousins Rhynette Northcross Hurd ’71 (left) and Deborah Northcross ’73 discuss the transformative experiences that informed their time on campus, their childhood in Memphis, and their friendship with Mindy McWilliams Lewis ’75.
Student-athletes recognized by the NEWMAC Academic All-Conference
Seventeen winter student-athletes have been recognized by the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference. From left, Caitlyn Richmond ’21 (swimming and diving) and Kelly Lynch ’22 (basketball).