In a piece for Uloop, Lauren Cabral '13 narrows down the many activities available to college students to recommend the three things students should do before graduating.
Mount Holyoke College students are reaping rewards for their academic talent and aptitude for research this spring, winning a variety of prestigious awards.
Last summer Thea Lange ’13 interned as a peer health educator on Rikers Island to promote healthy sexual practices among inmates and their partners.
Fang (Jenni) Lee '15 is featured in a Daily Hampshire Gazette story about the documentary Somewhere Between, which was screened April 28 at Amherst Cinema.
Students from Professor Rogelio Miñana’s Digital Storytelling in Springfield course discuss their video work with the Gerena School on WGBY’s Connecting Point.
Mount Holyoke Professional and Graduation Education will offer an array of for-credit courses this summer, ranging from a field study in South Africa to organic chemistry.
In the Daily Hampshire Gazette, Becca Neubardt ’13–citing a successful campaign at MHC–argues one person can make a difference in the fight for safe drinking water.