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Bearing Fruit—Even Tomatoes: MHC's Strategic Plan Yields Success

Civilization Begins with a Rose—and a Plan

Botanic Garden as Metaphor

Leadership and the Liberal Arts: The Weissman Center for Leadership

Speaking Up for Speaking, Arguing, and Writing

January Term Internships: From Monkeys to Marketing

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Putting Tomatoes on the (Genetic) Map

Mount Holyoke Enjoys Banner Years for Applications

High-Tech Room Lets Musicians Play in Virtually Any Venue

Tallying Up the Success of the Plan

Indika Senanayake '03: Transformation Through Performance

A Work of Art on Many Levels: Mount Holyoke, the Mountain

"Greening" Mount Holyoke's Curriculum

Geologist Elizabeth "Betty" Wilson '72 Brings Energy to J-Term

Hannah Kolak '03: Her Worlds Collided

Getting Concrete about Environmental Stewardship

Everything on Track with Langhan Dee '04

Athletics Scoreboard

On the Mount Holyoke Campaign Trail

Five College Center Brings People Together Through Language

Reaping the Rewards of The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2003

Mount Holyoke College News and Events College Street Journal Vista

SUMMER 2003 • VOLUME 8, NUMBER 1
SPECIAL ISSUE: REAPING THE REWARDS OF
THE PLAN FOR MOUNT HOLYOKE 2003

"Civilization begins with a rose. A rose is a rose is a rose. It continues with blooming and it fastens clearly upon excellent examples."--Gertrude Stein

 
 
FRED LEBLANC
  President Joanne V. Creighton in Talcott Greenhouse during the College's annual spring flower show.

The garden--with its associations of planting, taking root, germination, and growth--seems the perfect metaphor for The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2003. In 1996, President Joanne V. Creighton planted the first seeds for what would grow into a comprehensive blueprint for the College's future. "We need to develop a set of goals and priorities that will guide us over the next six years and a set of actions designed to implement them," Creighton said at the time. "They will give shape and substance to our collective aspiration for Mount Holyoke." Through the collaboration of the entire Mount Holyoke community, a plan with just these attributes was developed and adopted in 1997.

Six years later, the Plan has had an impact on virtually every area of College life. Offering a sense of the "blooming" of The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2003 is what this special issue of Vista is all about. Within its pages are "excellent examples"--of students exploring fields from new interdisciplinary perspectives; of curricular innovation; of diversity and internationalism; of stellar new facilities--of the Plan's success and the myriad ways it has strengthened the College.

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