Events

Wednesday, November 6

Book display for Indigenous Heritage Month

This is a past event.

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

Ecological Art: Print media installations across campus

This is a past event.

Ecological art expresses engagement with the natural world or environmental issues. Site-specific work responds directly to the location it is installed in....

War of the Watts

This is a past event.

War of the Watts is Mount Holyoke's biannual inter-hall electricity conservation competition! Each semester, the Eco-Reps, the Miller Worley Center for the...

Info Table: UMass Amherst - Isenberg School of Management

This is a past event.

Are you interested in continuing on to a Mater's or PHD program in business but unsure where to begin your search? Come join representatives from UMass...

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

This is a past event.

“How new communication signals evolve: Androgens as modifiers of neuromotor structure and function” will be presented by Lisa Mangiamele, Ph.D., assistant...

Interfaith Lunch

This is a past event.

Each week we welcome students, faculty and staff for Interfaith Lunch. We gather to eat, listen, discuss and socialize. A vegan-friendly meal is served,...

Student Involvement Consultant office hours

This is a past event.

The Student Involvement Consultants, Sophie Clingan and Tai Masuda, have started office hours! Every week in Blanchard 304, they will be there to chat or...

Mount Holyoke Club of Central Ohio's Autumn Alumnae Meeting

This is a past event.

Please attend our annual business meeting where we will review the year’s events and brainstorm for 2020. It is important to hear from our members! We will...

The Mount Holyoke Club of Cape Cod's Cranberry Themed Fall Event

This is a past event.

Join us for one or all parts of this event! Hosted by club members Alice Thomason Van Oot ’72 and Louise Wasley ’79 Part 1: 3:00–4:30 p.m. Join us for a...

Mindfulness Meditation

This is a past event.

Reduce stress, improve focus, foster gentle relaxation. All are welcome; no religious or meditation experience required.

Philosophy Department Colloquium Series: Katherine Ritchie

This is a past event.

“Essentializing Language and the Prospects for Ameliorative Projects” by Katherine Ritchie, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center and...

Understanding Credit

This is a past event.

Learn about the major players in credit reporting, what they do with your personal information, and review your rights as a consumer. We will also review how...

Deriving Nutrition Information Using Mathematics

This is a past event.

Mireille Boutin, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mathematics at Purdue University will discuss “Deriving Nutrition...

Gentle Yoga

This is a past event.

A meditative, fluid, soothing class suitable for beginners and seasoned practitioners alike. Join us for practices built to foster deep compassion for the...

Mount holyoke College Cultural Centers

This is a past event.

Tuesdays 1 – 4 pm & Wednesdays 5:30 – 8:30 pm. Open Hours are days and times in which anyone, regardless of their student organization affiliation or...

Mount holyoke College Cultural Centers

This is a past event.

Mondays & Wednesdays 6:30 – 9:30 pm. Open Hours are days and times in which anyone, regardless of their student organization affiliation or cultural...

Indigenous Heritage Month: To Intervene or Not to Intervene: The Role of Agitators and Co-Conspirators

This is a past event.

This workshop addresses assumptions that perpetuate stereotypes and myths, expand ideas about "American history," and explore the role of language. The...

Wednesday, November 6