Whether you’re a senior or a first-year, a wealth of undiscovered features remains scattered across Mount Holyoke’s campus. These treasures are often hidden in plain sight. Chances are you’ve visited Wilder on countless occasions, but never felt the need to explore the basement; if you did you would discover Mount Holyoke’s […]Read more ›
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After stuffing themselves with an extravagant Thanksgiving feast, many Americans will settle into their couches, flip on the television and enjoy the holiday tradition of watching football. Though this is a relatively modern sporting tradition, Thanksgiving has a long standing association with festive sports. The founders of the holiday, the […]Read more ›
Every fourth Thursday of November, Americans settle down to a feast of gravy-splashed mashed potatoes, moist stuffing, cranberry sauce and, of course, turkey. This celebration traces back to 1621 when Plymouth Pilgrims and Native Americans broke bread for three days in gratitude for the season’s plentiful harvest. Those early settlers […]Read more ›
TV’s most popular meth cook, Walter White from the AMC series, Breaking Bad has had lasting effects on the real-life Mexican drug cartels. Breaking Bad chronicles the exploits of White, a high school chemistry teacher-turned drug lord, with an ingenious recipe for ultrapure methamphetamine. One of the most prevalent criticisms […]Read more ›