Sonya Stephens in Inside Higher Ed

By Keely Savoie

In a recent article in Inside Higher Ed on the impact of the #MeToo movement and the 2016 election on interest in women’s colleges, President Sonya Stephens spoke about Mount Holyoke’s dedication to issues of social justice.

Commitment to the rights of women, immigrants and other minority groups is at the heart of Mount Holyoke as an institution. Those values may underlie the increase in applications and yield — students who accept an offer of admission — seen by women’s colleges this year.

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