Meredith Becher ’23 followed her passion for biology and charted a new course on the Connecticut River from a canoe.
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Mount Holyoke student Katie Milligan scored an internship at Al Otro Lado, which provides legal and practical assistance to migrants at the Mexican border.
With her Lynk-funded research and a special major in bioethics and psychology, Michaela Flanders ’22 probes the intersection of society and mental health.
Experience on the job and in the classroom inspired senior Ananya Singh to combine her interests in psychology, economics and nonprofit management.
“I feel like my time at Mount Holyoke gave me the ability to gain the confidence that I feel was deep within me.”
MHC’s Academic Centers provided unique opportunities for Paola Granados to work toward a joint bachelor’s and master’s degree in international development.