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IGD discusses whiteness in student orgs

April 26, 2013 5:34 pm0 comments

On Monday, April 15, students gathered on Skinner Green to participate in “‘OMG Karen, you can’t just ask orgs why they’re white!’ Or can you?”, an inter-group dialogue on whiteness in student organizations. While the event was organized by Marty Whitney ’13, chair of Project: Theatre, Marnie Murray ’14, e-board […]

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Lake restoration underway

April 18, 2013 8:17 pm0 comments

Professor Kate Ballantine of the Environmental Studies Department is leading an initiative to improve the water quality of the College’s lakes with Professors of Biology Leszek Bledzki, Renae Brodie, Martha Hoopes and Professor of Geology Thomas Millette. To seek funds to continue with the project, Ballantine is submitting a grant […]

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College announces commencement speakers

February 28, 2013 11:54 pm0 comments

The Class of 2013 will be the first ever class to have a commencement celebration featuring an all-alumni list of commencement speakers. 

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Gladys Moore announces departure

February 21, 2013 7:18 pm0 comments

Gladys Moore, dean of Religious and Spiritual Life and director of Diversity and Inclusion, announced at last week’s Interfaith Lunch that she would be ending her six year career at Mount Holyoke in April to begin as interim pastor of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Summit, N.J.

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Science and Religion Panel at Amherst sparks thought

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The Five College Christian Science Organization organized a panel at Amherst College on Tuesday, Feb. 19 composed of a Christian Scientist, a Mormon, a Buddhist and an Atheist to discuss how science and religion do or do not come together according to each belief system.

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Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin discusses drone warfare

February 7, 2013 2:00 am0 comments

On Friday, Feb. 1, Mount Holyoke hosted co-founder of CODE PINK, Medea Benjamin to lecture on the brutality of drone warfare and share her experience on a social justice mission in Pakistan. Kuch Karo: Pakistani Students for Change organized the event, which was co-sponsored by American Friends Service Committee in […]

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