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Robin Randall will lead Mount Holyoke’s Office of Admission for the year, beginning in September.

VP for enrollment management named

Robin Randall has been named vice president for enrollment management at Mount Holyoke College.

A woman wearing a blue shirt and black pants poses, holding her right leg over her head with her right hand, in a row of international flags on flagpoles on a green lawn, in Geneva, Switzerland.

Getting ahead of the game by way of Geneva

Geneva is the place for development studies, say seniors Javeria Kella and Davan O’Donnell, who are the first in Mount Holyoke’s new B.A./M.A. program.

Four sisters on a bus in Pakistan

4 sisters, 1 college — it’s a family affair

The experience of international student Minnal Abbasi ’16 led her three sisters to Mount Holyoke's gates — and unexpected growth for the entire family.

Image of Preston Smith teaching a class.

Exploring the Great Migration

In celebration of Black History Month, Mount Holyoke’s Preston Smith talks about the Great Migration: its causes, repercussions and more.

a group of young mothers gather inside the community center in Managua, Nicaragua

Working for peace against a backdrop of chaos

Mount Holyoke’s Rosalyn Leban ’18 had plans to serve a community in Nicaragua. Civil unrest changed her project but not her commitment.

Photo of Fred Baumgarten

Fred Baumgarten

The staff member was a featured speaker at the Hampshire Bird Club.

Naomi Darling

Naomi Darling wins local design competition

The Mount Holyoke architect wins an AIA merit award and the Amherst bandshell design competition.

Seven student performers hold full-length mirrors in front of themselves as they rehearse Joan Jonas ’58’s “Mirror Piece I & II: Reconfigured (1969/2018-2019)” under the guidance of the artist.

The opportunity of a lifetime

In 1969, Joan Jonas ’58 created one of her first performance pieces. Now with her guidance, Mount Holyoke students perform it.

Ali Aslam, Visiting Lecturer of Politics

New House, new rules

Ali Aslam, assistant professor of politics at Mount Holyoke, discusses the new rules that could reshape the House of Representatives into “the people’s House.”

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