International Women’s Day recognizes the achievements by women and the challenges that they still face. Celebrated every year on March 8, individuals and institutions have taken the initiative to make the day a memorable affair. Chair of the Romance Languages and Cultures department, Professor Nieves Romero-Diaz, embraces and integrates the […]Read more ›
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Professor Thomas E. Wartenberg joined the Department of Philosophy of Mount Holyoke College in 1984. Wartenberg chose to specialize in Philosophy for children and the study of pop culture. His work in the Philosophy for Children has been featured in the likes of the Harvard Education Letter and The New […]Read more ›
It is a hundred-plus-year-old tradition that no current Mount Holyoke students have ever experienced, and the campus will not be able to talk about anything else once it opens on March 27. That is how Mount Holyoke economics professor Jim Hartley introduced the Faculty Show, a night of entertainment produced […]Read more ›
The Mount Holyoke Annual Spring Flower Show opened on Sat., March 1. The Talcott Greenhouse had a steady stream of visitors on the show’s first day and is expecting to hit peak attendance next week, when more of the flowers have bloomed. Having flowers that are either open or closed […]Read more ›
Fashion blogging has been up and coming in recent years. This past December, English and Theater double major Sam Doolittle ’14, launched a blog of her own called Style Queery, a site that draws attention to both fashion and the queer femme identity. Every Friday, Doolittle features other Mount Holyoke […]Read more ›
Three weeks ago, on the evening of January 31st, the Chinese Culture Association (CCA) hosted China Night, celebrating the Chinese New Year in lunar calendar with more than 200 students from MHC and the Five Colleges. Among them, the most noticeable was the large group of Chinese students: more than […]Read more ›