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Construction on the new Zowie Cultural Center.

New space, same place

The Zowie Banteah Cultural Center is moving, but its mission to promote Indigenous visibility remains the same. 

Elizabeth K. Markovits, Professor of Politics; Director of First-Year Seminars; Director of the Teaching and Learning Initiative

Faculty development grant awarded

The grant will fund a program to prepare humanities faculty to take on leadership roles at Mount Holyoke College and elsewhere.

Guneet Moihdeen

Meet the class of 2021: Guneet Moihdeen

“The results I found were obvious to me, but I didn’t know that not everyone had access to these skills. I saw my Mount Holyoke education in practice.”

Debra Butler and Rachel Beth Sayet professional headshots, smiling at the camera

Five Colleges hires NAIS initiative staff

The Five College Consortium, which includes Mount Holyoke, has hired new staff to help build a model for Native American and Indigenous studies.   

Barbie Diewald

Major grant for dance research

Barbie Diewald, assistant professor of dance at Mount Holyoke College, is on a team of researchers looking to quantify dance with computer-based tools.

Five College Consortium logo

Five by five: the Five College Consortium

Mount Holyoke students and faculty, through the Five College Consortium, have access to limitless opportunities.

Members of the Mount Holyoke faculty, such as Tianhui Ng (pictured), are working with the Pioneer Valley Symphony to examine contributions of women composers.

Local orchestra focuses on women composers

Members of the Mount Holyoke faculty are playing a key role in the Pioneer Valley Symphony’s new look at women composers.

Five dancers on a stage in red tops holding roses in each hand and in their mouths.

From practice to performance in 23 hours

When Mount Holyoke announced the move to distance learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, senior class dancers decided the show must go on.

A group of smiling students and organizers pose for the camera with fists aloft in a gesture of solidarity.

Students unite for collective bargaining

Students from campuses across the Northeast, including Mount Holyoke, came together at the Northeast Undergraduate Worker Convention to talk unionization.

Michael Ofori, center right, and Faith Conant, right, drum with students as part of the final drumming, dancing and singing performance of their classes.

Joint performance brings a twist to tradition

Classes from Mount Holyoke and the Five College West African Music Ensemble joyfully performed together, featuring drums, dance and music.

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