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MoHome and Away
Mount Holyoke is an uncommon community. We continue to strengthen our bonds, venture out of our comfort zones, forge ahead, support each other and celebrate MoHome.
Our calendar has been updated to share all the virtual happenings and events available to our community.
Continuing in Community: Now More Than Ever
When Mount Holyoke’s campus closed and Mara Benjamin’s Introduction to Judaism class couldn’t present an in-person exhibition, they made a virtual one.
Music student Hannah Pozzebon ’20 longed for Pratt Music Hall so she built a Minecraft version of it.
Skylar Hou ’22 missed her friends on campus so much she drew them into her photographs.
The community day foregrounded marginalized communities, refocusing our understanding of our past and present to cultivate a more inclusive future.
The challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic have propelled our faculty, staff and students into new ways of teaching, helping and learning.
Make some of Mount Holyoke students’ favorite recipes — General Tso’s Chicken, Chicken 65 and Chef Jeff M&M Cookies — courtesy of Dining Services.
“It’s important to be the most empathetic person you can. It means saying I am here for you, I am not leaving, and we are going to get through this.”
Mount Holyoke College’s COVID-19 Emergency Fund has helped students cope with the financial aftermath of the pandemic.
Take a virtual tour of the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, watch a video tour of the Skinner Museum and more.
Leslie Fields, head of Archives and Special Collections discsses how the College has dealt with some of the momentous challenges it has faced in the past.
The College’s gloves, surgical masks, N95 respirators, lab coats and eye protection will be dispersed as needed to hospitals statewide.
When Mount Holyoke announced the move to distance learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, senior class dancers decided the show must go on.
Olivia Aguilar, director of the Miller Worley Center for the Environment, considers the ramifications of climate displacement and community contagions.
The newest almost-alums of Mount Holyoke College are smart, passionate, curious, flexible, accomplished. Read a few of their stories.
The world needs our graduates — who share the conviction and readiness to make their lives stand for something bigger — now more than ever.
US News & World Report says women's colleges are "a great choice for students interested in leadership."
Connect to Campus
Choose a background for Zoom conferencing, or download and print our coloring pages.
Enjoy this spring tapestry of blooms from the 2020 Spring Flower Show.
Scroll through and click on the image of the background you like. When the image opens, click on the download icon in the lower right corner.
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