Mount Holyoke alum Sara Schnadt ’92, an artist and software systems architect for NASA, is proof that art and technology can be deeply intertwined.
Mount Holyoke alum Dr. Megan Young ’99 is a home-based primary care doctor who is bringing the COVID-19 vaccine to homebound elders.
Alum Chloe Zhao won best director for best picture “Nomadland” and Suzan-Lori Parks wrote the screenplay that earned Andra Day the best actor award.
Sarah Praust ’20, who won a Fulbright Study grant during her senior year, discusses the conversations being had in academic circles about a researcher’s ethical responsibility.
Mount Holyoke alum Tamia Williams ’18 combines her love of science and art to teach others how to enjoy physics.
Mount Holyoke College alum Areeba Kamal ’16 went from working odd jobs to pay college application fees to MBA student and Apple product manager.
Mount Holyoke College helped prepare them to lead, say congresswoman Nita Lowey ’59 and Deborah Frank Feinen ’89, mayor of Champaign, Illinois.
Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Association President Maria Mossaides ’73 was given the Steadfast Award by the Frances Perkins Center for her public service.
Mahua Moitra, Mount Holyoke College class of 1998, decried the “danger signs of early fascism” in India during her debut speech to Parliament.
Karena Strella ’90 has been named the next chair of the Board of Trustees at Mount Holyoke College.