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As monitoring stations silently record the heartbeat of the Mount Holyoke College campus, students and faculty develop the means to decode the data.
A view from a mountain with people scattered in small groups below.
Mount Holyoke’s tradition of Mountain Day goes back to 1838, but 2020 was different from any other, as the community celebrated online across the globe.
This is a portrait of Julia Talamo smiling in front of a window. Through the window there is an out-of-focus urban landscape visible.
Mount Holyoke students wins Prestigious Doris Duke Conservation Scholarship.
Olivia Aguilar, Leslie and Sarah Miller Director of the Miller Worley Center for the Environment
Olivia Aguilar, director of the Miller Worley Center for the Environment, considers the ramifications of climate displacement and community contagions.
Jenica Allen
Jenica Allen, manager of Mount Holyoke’s Campus Living Lab, was given the George Mercer Award from the Ecological Society of America.
This is a picture of Kevin Surprise. He stands outside against a background of greenery. He is smiling, wearing wire frame glasses and a medium blue polo shirt.
Mount Holyoke’s Kevin Surprise cautions that a new push to use geoengineering to darken the sky and slow global warming outstrips international agreements.
This is an image depicting the BOOM logo and 2021 speakers.
BOOM, Mount Holyoke’s 2021 diversity, equity and inclusion learning symposium featured an unprecedented roster of events and panels dedicated to justice.
This is a photograph of V.S. “Raghu” Raghavan. Raghavan was appointed associate director of the Miller Worley Center for the Environment and director of sustainability at Mount Holyoke College.
The Miller Worley Center’s V.S. “Raghu” Raghavan works to connect operations and academics in building a sustainable community at Mount Holyoke.