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The Campaign for Mount Holyoke Surpasses $200 Million Goal

Tatum Steps in as Acting President

Chaplain Recounts Afghan Suffering

From Seoul to South Hadley: Korean Scholars Visit Weissman Center for Leadership

A Look at The Campaign for Mount Holyoke October 1998 to Present

"Learning the Rules": Woodard's Flies Are Model Organisms for Genetic Research

Ideas Sought for Plan

Hip-Hop Artist KRS-ONE in Concert February 1

January Term's Captivating Calendar of Events

200 Celebrate Legacy of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.

Front-Page News

This Week at MHC

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Mount Holyoke College News and Events Vista The College Street Journal Archives

January 25, 2002, Special Edition

Look at the Campaign for Mount Holyoke October 1998 to Present

Campaign Kick-off Weekend - October 16-18, 1998

President Joanne V. Creighton with (left to right) Norman E. McCulloch Jr., Mary Graham Davis '65, Nancy J. Drake '73, Harriet Levine Weissman '58, Barbara Margulies Rossotti '61, and Dorothy Rooke McCulloch '50 at the celebration dinner marking the Campaign kickoff.

Former National Security Adviser Anthony Lake at a presentation/
discussion he conducted along with Vincent Ferraro, Ruth C. Lawson Professor of Politics and chair, international relations, one of the many academic programs offered over the two-day kick-off celebration
.

National Campaign Cochairs Harriet Levine Weissman '58 and Eleanor Graham Claus '55 enjoying the festivities at the kick-off dinner with their
husbands, Paul and Clyde.

Processional at interfaith worship service.


New York Celebration at Lincoln Center - October 25, 1999

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein '71, U.S. Congresswoman Nita Melnikoff Lowey '59, President Joanne V. Creighton, and Celebration Committee Cochair Harriet Levine Weissman '58 at the New York Celebration of Mount Holyoke College.

Joan Shapiro Green '66 and Jane A. Zimmy '74 enjoying the reception in Alice Tully Hall.


 

The newly renovated McCulloch Auditorium was unveiled at the Pratt Hall dedication, during A Weekend Celebration of Music, March 2-3, 2001.

 

The class of 1950 achieved a reunion first by raising more than $1 million for the Alumnae Annual Fund and $6.4 million in capital gifts—a spectacular $7.4-million total for its 50th reunion.

Left to right: Professor of Art Michael T. Davis; Mount Holyoke Trustee and Campaign Cochair Harriet Levine Weissman '58; Mount Holyoke Art Museum Director Marianne Doezema; Member, Campaign Steering Committee, Paul M. Weissman; Mount Holyoke Art Museum Advisory Board Chair and Trustee Susan Bonneville Weatherbie '72; and President Joanne V. Creighton break ground on the art building and museum renovation project March 31, 2001.

Left to right: Eleanor Graham Claus '55; Sarah J. Bacon '87, Claire Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Biology; Helen Gannon Drinan '69; Julie Drinan Galgay '92; and Charlotte Huston Clark '51 at a Campaign event on Martha's Vineyard, summer 2000.

Director of Development MaryAnne C. Young '81 presents a bouquet to President Creighton in recognition of her leadership at an on-campus celebration marking the attainment of the Campaign's $200-million goal, December 20, 2001.

Construction on the science center project continues to move ahead.
In late December, a “signature” beam signed by dozens of members of the
Mount Holyoke community and project workers was hoisted into place.

 

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