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A new and improved Chapin Auditorium sits empty as the fall semester of 2021 is about to begin.

Returning to a new and improved campus

Mount Holyoke College has made a variety of upgrades and improvements to its infrastructure to welcome the student body to campus.

Image by David Driskell. Silence from the Doorway Portfolio, 2008 Reductive serigraph, Partial gift of Curlee Raven Holton and purchase with the Ann Nelson Behrman ’54 Art Acquisition Fund, 2012.49.3, © Estate of David C. Driskell.

Students present at Mount Holyoke conference

Mount Holyoke College students presented at a College-organized Black Studies and Romanticism conference.

Andrew G. Reiter, associate professor of politics and international relations, talks to NOVA.

The United States must help in Haiti

Mount Holyoke professor Andrew Reiter wrote in the Boston Globe on the moral — and political – imperative for US intervention in the Caribbean country.

Elena Frogameni ’22, from Northampton MA, looking into the camera

Scholarship supports senior from Western Mass

Mount Holyoke student Elena Frogameni ’22 has been named the recipient of the Western Massachusetts Scholarship Fund for this past academic year.

Nancy Welker smiling into the camera, wearing a blazer, a turtleneck and a large green necklace

Nancy Welker ’63 on her 55 years in physics

Nancy Welker ’63 credits her pioneering success in a male-dominated science field to her time studying at Mount Holyoke College.  

M. Darby Dyar looking into the camera and speaking with a VERITAS polo shirt on

NASA selects Venus mission

Mount Holyoke astronomer Darby Dyar is among the planetary scientists who will lead NASA’s new mission to explore the surface of Earth’s fiery twin.

This is a composite graphic showing featuring photographs of people presenting against a blue background. The words "Senior Symposium" are written in white against a green background.

Senior Symposium 2021

The culmination of Mount Holyoke students’ academic careers, Senior Symposium marks the metamorphosis from student to expert.

photo of hands placed across a laptop on a keyboard

A student, a teacher, two pianos — and Zoom

Taking piano lessons virtually isn’t ideal but it’s pretty close, says the music department’s Mark Gionfriddo and Susan Wang ’23, of Mount Holyoke College.

These are side-by-side portraits of Elizabeth Markovits and Renae Brodie.

One semester, two modules: a world of change

Mount Holyoke’s Elizabeth Markovits and Renae Brodie tackle the pros and cons of the modular system.

lanterns arrayed on the bank of Lower Lake at night

Building communities of faith online

Mount Holyoke students are finding deeper spirituality during the pandemic — despite and because of online services and events.

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