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March 22, 2002

From Punk to Pop: Sugar Ray to Perform at MHC April 30

Whether you have an appetite for pop, punk, hip-hop, reggae, new wave, rock 'n' roll, R and B or any combination thereof, you should find music that satisfies you at the upcoming campus concert featuring Sugar Ray. The eclectic Southern California-based band, which has toured the world; appeared on TV programs such as The Late Show with David Letterman, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, and Late Night with Conan O'Brien; and been featured in magazines that include Rolling Stone, Spin, Cosmopolitan, and People, will perform at Kendall Fieldhouse Tuesday, April 30, at 8 pm (doors open at 7 pm).more>

Other Stories

MHC Expands Campaign Goal by $50 Million: New Goal Is $250 Million by End of 2003 more>

Conference on Wisdom to Consider Role of Liberal Arts more>

A Little Bit of India at MHC: Evening of Classical Indian Dance and Music Set for March 29 more>

Dancing the Night Away at MHC more>

"A Great Occasion and a Great Moment": MHC's Women's Activism Conference more>

Gorse Takes the Cake more>

Waste Not, Want Not: South Hadley's Advocate for Environment Jane Ashbrook Southworth '63 more>

Lauren Turner: Parent, Professional, and New MHC Graduate more>

Examining the Issue of Bilingual Education more>

Ritchott Ends Career at Mount Holyoke in Style more>

Kudos Column more>

Front-Page News more>

Nota Bene more>

Quidnunc more>

Happenings more>

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