Events

Thursday, November 21

Book display for Indigenous Heritage Month

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A display of books focusing on Native American history and cultures.

Great American Smoke Out

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Tabling with the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Commitee and the Smoke-Free Campus Council for the Great American Smoke Out!

Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center

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The Student Employment Office will be holding office hours to answer student questions regarding on-campus employment; how to search for a job on JobX, how...

STEM students internship outreach and workshop

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Join us to learn how to navigate and find STEM internships and what resources are here on campus to help you succeed. Staff members from the CDC will be on...

Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center

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Practice your behavioral interview question responses using the STAR strategy in an interactive group setting.

Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center

This is a past event.

Need a professional headshot photo for your LinkedIn profile? Drop by any time during our LinkedIn portrait photos office hours! We'll snap a few pics and...

Trans Inclusion at Women's Colleges

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A faculty and staff session with Dean Spade, Associate Professor at Seattle University School of Law. Spade teaches Administrative Law, Poverty Law, Gender...

Mount holyoke College Cultural Centers

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Spring 2020 Open Hours: Wednesdays 12–3pm and Thursdays 3–6pm. Open Hours are days and times in which anyone, regardless of their student organization...

Tea-ology & Talk

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Got something on your mind? Drop by and talk with Sr. Annette, Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life. We have tea, coffee and a sweet treat for you!

Let's Get Real About the Green New Deal

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A professor panel defining the Green New Deal along with assessing the social, political, and economic feasibility, followed by Q&A.

Mobilization and Activism: Transformative Justice – For Students Only

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Mobilization and Activism: Transformative Justice . A students-only session with Dean Spade, Associate Professor at Seattle University School of Law.

Sarah Sarzynski: "The Amazon Rainforest: Stuck in Authoritarian Cycles of Destruction?"

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A lecture by Sarah Sarzynski, Associate Professor of History, Claremont McKenna College. Light refreshments will be served. With the outbreak of forest...

Study Abroad Info Session

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Find out everything you need to know to make study abroad work for you! Let's get this adventure started!

Great American Smoke Out

This is a past event.

Tabling with the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Commitee and the Smoke-Free Campus Council for the Great American Smoke Out!

Mount holyoke College Cultural Centers

This is a past event.

Spring 2020 Open Hours: Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30–7pm. Open Hours are days and times in which anyone, regardless of their student organization affiliation or...

2019 Valentine Giamatti Lecture: Jhumpa Lahiri

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The Italian Program at Mount Holyoke College presents the 2019 Valentine Giamatti Lecture with author Jhumpa Lahiri. Photo credit: Lynn Neary -...

Al- Anon Meeting

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Al‑Anon is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. The meeting at MHC will be held weekly on...

Trans Day of Remembrance, Resilience and Resistance, Presided by Rev. Louis Mitchell

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A memorial and vigil led by Rev. Louis Mitchell. A reception will follow at the Jeannette Marks House.

Wicked QuizCraft Pub Trivia Night

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Looking for an opportunity to show off your smarts? Want to win prizes? Come to Wicked QuizCraft Trivia Night! Teams compete for prizes and eternal glory....

“She Kills Monsters” by Qui Nguyen

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After Tilly dies unexpectedly, her older sister, Agnes, finds her “Dungeon & Dragons” notebook ...and so begins a journey through grief like nothing you have...

Thursday, November 21