Previously, Once Upon A Time left us with a bittersweet mid-season finale. The curse that had shrouded the town of Storybrooke has been retracted by the help of the evil Queen Regina, who has begun to mend her ways. However, with the removal of the curse came unfortunate consequences: the […]Read more ›
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This semester, The Speaking, Arguing and Writing Center (SAW) moved from its location in the Wilson library to a new venue that will provide greater benefits to all students who use the Center. The Center relocated from the South Mezzanine in the Reading Room to a more central and accessible […]Read more ›
Mount Holyoke’s College Fed Challenge Team (CFCT) competed in its first College Fed Challenge, a competition that encourages students to learn more about the U.S.’s macroeconomy, the Federal Reserve system and monetary as well as financial stability policies, on Nov. 6. This took place at the Boston Federal Reserve. MHC’s […]Read more ›
Thomas Wartenberg, professor of Philosophy, was recently awarded the James and Helen Merritt Award for “Distinguished Service to Philosophy of Education,” which was presented by the College of Education at Northern Illinois University. According to the University’s website, the award “is given annually to a distinguished scholar in recognition of […]Read more ›
A visiting team, composed of University Chaplain Janet Cooper Nelson, Jewish Chaplain Rabbi Serena Fujita and Muslim Chaplain Bilal Ansari from Brown University, Bucknell University and Williams College, respectively, launched a program review on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30 for the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. The team examined […]Read more ›
Mount Holyoke will soon be opening a new chapter of Medicine, Education and Development Life [MEDLIFE]. Founded by Nick Ellis, MEDLIFE’s mission is to bring good healthcare and health education and help to improve the community in impoverished areas. Nishath Rahman ’16 has taken the initiative to begin this new […]Read more ›