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April 18, 2003

Mount Holyoke Helps Create More Sustainable World


Photo: Fred LeBlanc

The College’s new gas/electric hybrid vehicles are more fuel-efficient and produce fewer smog-forming emissions than traditional cars.

The arrival of Earth Day 2003, celebrated around the world April 22, finds the College continuing and expanding its commitment to environmental stewardship and its important leadership role in helping to create a “greener” and more sustainable world. From the reuse of a single sheet of paper, to the design and construction of the $34.5-million science center project, to efforts to infuse nonenvironmental courses with environmental elements, the College is practicing what it preaches—and preaching what it practices. more>

Other Stories

Benfey, Cobb, Nicholson, and Savoy to Receive Awards more>

Lytle New Chief Aide to President and Trustees more>

Memorials and Memory: Visual Studies Series Continues April 24 more>

MHC Staff Put It All on the Line to Solve Phone Emergency more>

‘Dancing on Clouds’: Hutton Wins Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship more>

Young Lobbyist Makes Take the Lead Action Project a Reality more>

Acclaimed Dancer to Perform April 23 more>

Psychiatrist Judith Lewis Herman to Lecture April 29 more>

Special Ticket Offers and Opportunities to Volunteer at 2004 U.S. Women's Open more>

Nota Bene more>

Front-Page News more>

Happenings more>



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