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President Bush cited Mary Lyon as a fighter against "history and stereotypes" in his proclamation acknowledging March as Women's History Month.
March 10, 2001 (All day)
The College was featured in last week's Time magazine-cover-story profile on the continuing national reassessment of the SAT.
March 5, 2001 (All day)
Renovated Pratt Hall (above) set for March 2-3 dedication ... Labor, women and the New Deal's legacies explored in symposium ... College readies new identity program. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
March 4, 2001 - 10:59pm
Frances Perkins '02--the first woman U.S. Cabinet member--is the subject of a symposium that also looks at the current status of labor and women, Thursday and Friday at Pratt and Gamble Auditoriums.
March 3, 2001 (All day)
Thomas Cahill, author of How The Irish Saved Civilization, reads from Desire Of The Everlasting Hills: The World Before And After Jesus, in an Abbey Chapel appearance Wednesday at 7pm. Cahill's reading/signing is co-sponsored by the Office of Religious Life and the Odyssey Bookshop.
March 1, 2001 - 10:59pm
Mount Holyoke is closed Monday except for essential staff because of weather conditions.
February 26, 2001 - 10:59pm
Renovations complete, the new Pratt Hall is celebrated by the College this weekend with several public events.
February 23, 2001 (All day)
Renovated Pratt Hall (above) set for March 2-3 dedication ... Gift boosts Edward R. Murrow collection ... Admission director touts SAT-optional policy at Salon.com. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
February 22, 2001 - 10:59pm
Drector of Admission Diane Anci talks to Salon.com about MHC's decision to make SAT scores optional for entry to the College.
February 22, 2001 (All day)
An occasional series of first-person reports from members of the MHC community kicks off with two looks at Campaign 2000: One from a member of Sen. Joseph Lieberman's campaign, the other from MHC's "lone conservative."
February 16, 2001 (All day)
New SIS positions speed system implementation ... Alumna test for newborn health rated best in New England Journal of Medicine study ... Two views of Campaign 2000 from either end of the MHC spectrum. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
February 15, 2001 (All day)
Lecture tonight will examine America's first photojournalist, Jacob Riis (above) ... New SIS positions speed system implementation ... two views of Campaign 2000 from either end of the MHC spectrum. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
February 9, 2001 (All day)
Lecture will examine America's first photojournalist, Jacob Riis (above) ... College sets record for applications ... Mary Lyon portrait dedicated at governor's office. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
February 8, 2001 - 10:59pm
President Creighton, Massachusetts Governor Paul Cellucci, and Trustee chair Eleanor Graham Claus '55 celebrated the display of a historic portrait of Mary Lyon in Cellucci's office at a special ceremony Wednesday.
February 2, 2001 - 10:59pm
Tribute to late Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky (above) set for Tuesday ... College sets record for applications ... Alumna confirmed as U.S. Labor Secretary. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
January 31, 2001 - 10:59pm
Psychology professor Gail Hornstein discussed her new biography of acclaimed and maverick psychiatrist Frieda Fromm-Reichmann on eYada.com Monday with Psychology Today editor-in-chief Dr. Robert Epstein. Listen with RealAudio or Windows Media Player.
January 30, 2001 - 10:59pm

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