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Hanna Schoenbaum ’21, English and film double major, did an internship at Lambda Literary, focusing specifically on its website and social media platforms.

LEAP 2020!

Students reflecting on their internships through the annual LEAP 2020 presentations demonstrated the depth and breadth of the liberal arts.

M&M cookies on a wire cooling rack

Are you missing the fabulous food?

Make some of Mount Holyoke students’ favorite recipes — General Tso’s Chicken, Chicken 65 and Chef Jeff M&M Cookies — courtesy of Dining Services.

Mount Holyoke College faculty were ranked No. 1 in “Professors Get High Marks” by The Princeton Review

Princeton Review: Mount Holyoke faculty #1

Mount Holyoke College faculty were ranked No. 1 in “Professors Get High Marks” by The Princeton Review 

This is a Zoom meeting of dance students smiling and talking.

Going the distance for dance

Faced with adapting a dance classroom to online learning, Shakia Johnson created Black Beauty Dance, a remote program for all.

This is a photograph of a microphone, with an out-of-focus banquet room in the background.

Exploring racism and privilege

Mount Holyoke has held a series of virtual spaces for healing, conversation and community to process racism and privilege in the world.

Illustration by Marina Li

A Virtual Pratt Music Hall

Music student Hannah Pozzebon ’20 longed for Pratt Music Hall so she built a Minecraft version of it.

Mara Benjamin

A virtual art exhibition of Judaica

When Mount Holyoke’s campus closed and Mara Benjamin’s Introduction to Judaism class couldn’t present an in-person exhibition, they made a virtual one.

President Sonya Stephens and Kijua Sanders-McMurtry, vice president for equity and inclusion, kick off Boom! 2020 with a video conversation about the value and history of diversity at Mount Holyoke.

BOOM! 2020 goes remote

The community day foregrounded marginalized communities, refocusing our understanding of our past and present to cultivate a more inclusive future.

A photo of Mount Holyoke's Skinner Green with drawings of people added.

MoHome Without You, Spring 2020

Skylar Hou ’22 missed her friends on campus so much she drew them into her photographs.

Faculty and student images from remote learning sessions

Remote Learning at Mount Holyoke

The challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic have propelled our faculty, staff and students into new ways of teaching, helping and learning.

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