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Professor of Sociology Richard Moran, author of the recent book Executioner's Current, participated in a question-and-answer session on the electric chair and the death penalty for the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
January 16, 2003 - 4:38pm
Sixteen librarians from the Republic of Georgia are visiting MHC under a State Department grant that will train the Georgians in various aspects of library science and demonstrate the role of libraries in American civil society.
January 16, 2003 - 4:37pm
Dancers, drummers, and singers will join in a celebration of the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday, January 19 at 1:30 pm in the College's Abbey Memorial Chapel. The program is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible.
January 16, 2003 - 3:49pm
Margaret M. Gower '04 is getting a hands-on view of real-life, day-to-day government as an intern in the town administrator's office in South Hadley.
January 7, 2003 - 4:42pm
On Saturday, January 25 at 8 pm, the College will host South Hadley's 250th Anniversary Gala, an evening of music, dancing, desserts, and fun at Chapin Auditorium.
January 6, 2003 - 2:15pm
Darby Dyar, associate professor of astronomy and geology, talks about her recent three-year NASA grant for work on the Mars Exploration Rover Mission, which aims to put a pair of rovers on the red planet in January 2004.
January 6, 2003 - 1:34pm
At the end of the academic year, Stephanie Hull, Assistant to the President and Secretary of the College, will be taking on a new challenge as the next Head of the Brearley School in New York City (registration req'd).
January 6, 2003 - 1:32pm
MHC and the other members of the Five College consortium are turning a Cold War-era military atomic shelter at Mount Holyoke Range State Park into a modernized library storage facility.
December 23, 2002 - 3:01pm
Dean of Faculty Donal O'Shea presents his monthly report on recent publications and other achievements by the Mount Holyoke faculty.
December 23, 2002 - 2:58pm
Rachel Brulé '03, an international relations and African studies double major, has won a Marshall Scholarship, placing her in an elite group of 40 college seniors from across the U.S. selected for graduate study at a British university of choice.
December 19, 2002 - 3:31pm
English lecturer Sven Birkerts has contributed an essay, "The Compulsory Power of American Dreams," to a State Department anthology of essays by 15 prestigious writers who address what it means to be an American writer. The work is being distributed overseas in an effort to bolster world understanding of American values.
December 19, 2002 - 3:12pm
Maeve Barao '05 was named NEWMAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week for her stellar performance during the Lyons' recent 4-0 run, while Langhan Dee '04 was selected ECAC Division III Women's Track Athlete of the Week for her outstanding results at the season's first indoor track meet.
December 19, 2002 - 3:11pm
Weissman Center for Leadership Codirector Christopher Benfey delivers his annual assessment of the year's art-related books in the New York Times Book Review (registration req'd).
December 19, 2002 - 2:57pm
Lauren Weiner '04, a center back for the field hockey team, was named a 2002 Division III All-American, Third Team, and an ECAC All-Star, Second Team, last week.
December 13, 2002 - 3:21pm
The hidden talents of MHC staffers emerge at the College's first exhibition of art created by employees, Art @ Work, on display through December 13 at the Marion Craig Potter '49 Atrium of Kendade Hall.
December 13, 2002 - 3:20pm
The MHC community is invited to join in a Festival of Light, a multifaith gathering to celebrate light during the darkest days of the year. The celebration includes a procession at 7 pm from Willits to Eliot House, followed by cocoa and cookies.
December 12, 2002 - 4:48pm