Around the World with MHC
Working and studying overseas are important parts of a MHC education. Several students are blogging about what they are learning and doing around the globe.
President Pasquerella Blogs from Kenya
President Lynn Pasquerella chronicles her trip to Kenya this month to work with the Africa Center for Engineering Social Solutions (ACESS) for the third time.
Voyage to the Past: Rethinking the War of 1812
Professors Christopher Pyle and John Lemly and nine students blog from the brig Niagara as they sail across Lake Erie and revisit the War of 1812.
Travels With Jesse
Read executive assistant to the president Jesse Lytle’s blog about his trip with MHC administrators, including president Joanne Creighton, to the WEW conference in Australia.
New IR Blog: It's Debatable
The Mount Holyoke and Five College international relations faculty have launched a new IR Blog, featuring commentary on a variety of global issues.
MHC Students Blog from Rome
Four students--Priti Rao '08, Ari Chadwick-Saund '08, Carolyn Strobel '09, and Judith Frank '10--shared their leadership skills at a conference in Rome. Read their blog.
MHC at Sea 2007
Thirteen students spend two weeks sailing in the Caribbean with politics professor Chris Pyle in his J-Term course Piloting, Seamanship, and Tall Ship Handling.
MHC Summer Study in Beijing
This summer Mount Holyoke College is launching an intensive eight- week course in Chinese at Beijing Language and Culture University.
June - August 2006
A delegation of four Mount Holyoke students along with Beth Gibney Boulden visit Dubai to run a leadership training program.
December 2005 - January 2006
MHC Bounty Blog: A Journey at Sea 2005
MHC students from Chris Pyle's class kept a log of their daily adventures while sailing the high seas.
December 2004 - February 2005