Fall is in full color at Mount Holyoke, from Mountain Day to Family and Friends Weekend.
Graduate Programs works with local partner
The Master of Arts in Teaching degree program is working with the Hitchcock Center for the Environment to help educators such as Olivia Oberle MAT’20 bring sustainability into the classrooms.
Riding for the win!
Libby Sams ’21 was named the overall High Point Rider and won the Intermediate High Point College Title at Mount Holyoke’s first home show of the year, on Oct. 26. The Lyons had a perfect score overall. From left: Sara Hearn ’21, Sams, Kristina Honour ’22 and Emy McLaughlin ’20.
President Sonya Stephens, Joann Ryding Beltes ’76 and Alumnae Association President Maria Mossaides ’73 joined 150 alums in Greece for the 15th Mount Holyoke European Alumnae Symposium.
When all Latinx immigrants become “Mexicans”
David Hernández, associate professor of Latina/o studies, analyzes the meaning behind the increasingly blurred line between Mexicans and other Latinx immigrants.