Mount Holyoke College’s LGBTQ+ students from the Class of 2022 were honored during Senior Week.
Mount Holyoke College will hold its 2020 Commencement on May 29, 2022 and has announced the speakers for the celebration.
Data collected by Mount Holyoke students has shown a major policy flaw in a program originally meant to fight housing blight.
Charu Sharma ’14 credits her education at Mount Holyoke for lifting her to Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list for 2022.
Spurred by the mentoring of Mount Holyoke professors, Lydia Cheah ’20 has found herself leading the way to reshape the computer science career track.
Mount Holyoke alum Rumbi Bweinofa-Petrozzello ’94 is the president of the New York State Society of CPAs and the first woman of color to hold that role.
Nancy Welker ’63 credits her pioneering success in a male-dominated science field to her time studying at Mount Holyoke College.
Chloé Zhao ’05 has made history with her wins at the 93rd Academy Awards, held April 26, 2021.
When I walked through the gates of MHC as a 17 year old, I never would have imagined that I’d be working my dream job as an Assessment officer with an Emergency Team of a humanitarian organization in Jordan just 7 years later.
Mount Holyoke sophomore Alexya Lee was honored by the Girl Scouts for researching the lives of enslaved people on a school property in Tyngsboro, Mass.