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Rachel Maddow: “Blowout”

The bestselling author and host of the Emmy Award–winning “Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC will be discussing her new book, “Blowout: Corrupted Democracy, Rogue...

How Charts Lie

Alberto Cairo, journalist, designer, the Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the School of Communication of the University of Miami, will discuss how charts...

World Language and Culture Festival

Join the LRC in celebrating the beauty of distinct languages and cultures. Participate in fun activities like Karaoke, Virtual Reality, and more!...

“The Hemings Family — Life after Monticello”

Annette Gordon-Reed, Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History at Harvard Law School and Professor of History in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at...

“Tracing the History of a Toxic Present: Anti-Semitism and Resurgent White Nationalism Today”

A lecture by Professor Alexandra Minna Stern from the University of Michigan. Sponsored by Jewish Studies, History, Religion, Religious and Spiritual Life,...

Peter Pfeiffer Lecture: "Genre and Gender in Novels of Adultery: Theodor Fontane’s Effi Briest and Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach’s Unsühnbar"

Peter Pfeiffer is the Chair of the Department of German at Georgetown University. His lecture is sponsored by the MHC German Studies department and will be...

Mount Holyoke Alums in Law

The Alumnae Association invites alums who are in, or interested in, the field of law to this premier event. Whether you are an established or emerging...

Staff Council Coffee Breaks 2019-2020

Come enjoy light refreshments and learn about the Botanic Garden from Tom Clark, snow removal on campus from Chris Domina, and the Thanksgiving Host Family...

Staff Council Coffee Breaks 2019-2020

Come enjoy light refreshments and learn about the Botanic Garden from Tom Clark, snow removal on campus from Chris Domina, and the Thanksgiving Host Family...

Games and More Language Break

A chance for students to come play games and learn about what language learning tools are out there. Snacks will be served.

Flower Pressed Bookmark and Phone Case Event

An evening of creativity and fun hosted by the Biology Club! Students can enjoy refreshments and make pressed flower bookmarks and phone cases.

Examining Privilege

The Examining Privilege faculty/staff discussion group reads and discusses current writing on race and racism in America, and the ways we can incorporate...

Studio Art Tea

Come to learn about the Studio Art major/minor, meet the professors, and learn about spring courses. Additionally, current students in the department will...

Pet-a-Pet

Miss your dog? Just need a hug? Come play with and pet therapy dogs.

Annual Geography Speaker Series

Sandy Wong, Assistant Professor of Geography, Florida State University will present the talk titled “(Im)mobilities and Health: Two GIS Studies in San...

Russian Film Series: "In Bloom"

This film follows inseparable friends Eka and Natia, both fourteen years old and at the end of their childhood in early nineties Tbilisi, the capital of the...

SGA Senate Meetings 2019-2020

Senate is comprised of representatives from student organizations, residential halls, and several other groups in our community who attend weekly Senate...

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

“Unraveling Immune and Epithelial Dysregulation that Enables the Development and Progression of Lung Cancer”, a lecture by Sarah Mazzilli, Ph.D., assistant...

Art History and Architectural Studies Tea

Join us to meet professors, ask questions, and get a sneak peek at spring 2020 classes.

Riding (Home) Mount Holyoke Show

Riding on Oct 26, 2019: Mount Holyoke Show, MHC Equestrian Center - South Hadley, Mass.

10/26 12am
 
Pagan/Wiccan Tea Time

Weekly meeting and tea time for the Earth Based Pagan/Wiccan Community.

Olga Panteleeva: Music, Spirituality, and Morality Politics in Putin's Russia

Olga Panteleeva is a musicologist working on contemporary politics of music, history of the humanities, and decolonizing higher education. She is currently a...

“Women Designing New York: from the private to the public realm”

Thaïsa Way, Resident Program Director for Garden and Landscape Studies at Dumbarton Oaks will be delivering the John Schwartz Lecture.

Health Professions Application Process Presentation

This presentation is required for anyone intending to, or considering, entering professional school in fall 2020. We will review the timeline and details of...