Mount Holyoke student Quanita “Q” Hailey ’14 successfully headed the College’s First Annual Women of Color Trailblazers Leadership Conference (WOCTLC) this past Saturday. The event aimed to “empower, provide leadership development and networking opportunities” to female students of color at MHC as well as students from the Five College Consortium. […]Read more ›
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The Student Conference Committee, a branch of the SGA, conducted the SCC survey in January. The SCC survey has been conducted annually over the past decade. The MHC website reports that, “with feedback gathered from both Senate meetings and different campus organizations at the beginning of the year, the SCC […]Read more ›
In late January, a study abroad program, Living Routes, located in Amherst announced that it would officially close its doors after 13 years of service. According to its website, Living Routes provided “cutting-edge study abroad experiences in partnership with sustainable communities around the world.” Its students had the opportunity to […]Read more ›
On the afternoon of Monday, Jan. 28, Prospect Dining Hall temporarily closed down due to a ruptured pipe. At approximately 11 a.m., just as the dining staff was setting up for lunch, water burst from the ceiling, flooding the dining hall. John Fortini, Associate Director of Dining Services, received a […]Read more ›
Mount Holyoke College held its Spring Orientation for incoming transfer students and the class of 2017 spring admits from Jan. 15 to 24. According to the MHC website, spots become available for additional students during the spring as many juniors elect to spend this semester abroad. “The residential vacancies created […]Read more ›
Two former Amherst students, Angie Epifano and an unnamed female, filed Title IX and Clery Act complaints against Amherst College on Thursday, Nov. 14. The two women stated that Amherst violated Title IX by failing to provide a supportive environment for them after they had been sexually assaulted on campus. […]Read more ›