Events

Friday, December 4

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While we all come from different cities, states, and countries, one thing that we have in common is FOOD! With the holidays coming up, the Language Resource...

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A radio-play version of William Shakespeare's delightful screwball comedy Much Ado About Nothing. The entire play will be rehearsed and recorded over Zoom...

Virtual Event
Come in, We're Open

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Sign up on Pathways for a drop-in meeting with a member of the AccessAbility Services team! Pathways appointments are not able to schedule less than 15...

8:30am
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Join us in prayer, a time for fellowship, worship, and a Bible study. This semester we will be journeying through the book of Ephesians learning about Jesus...

11:15am
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Artist's talk with Romaniote-Ashkenazi feminist artist, Adi Liraz.

11:30am
Virtual Event

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Join our Student Involvement Consultants, Amanda Windsor and Amirah Winston, during their office hours to ask questions on building community, student org...

11:30am
Virtual Event
Brown Bag Series

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Mount Holyoke is committed to acknowledging the diversity within our community which includes the diversity of religious and spiritual traditions that are...

12pm
Virtual Event

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A virtual version of the Friday sermon by Muslim Chaplain Elizaveta Lozovaya offered weekly for inspiration and contemplation. Asynchronous.

12pm
Virtual Event

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The Arabic Language Table is an informal weekly meeting where students can practice speaking Arabic in a casual context with other students and Arabic faculty.

5pm
Virtual Event

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zUUm with us

6pm
Virtual Event

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Join us for the first Virtual Worldwide Vespers concert hosted by the New York City Club. Held in some form on campus each December since 1899, this holiday...

6:45pm
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As the first cultural center on campus, The Betty Shabazz, commonly known as the "Betty", assists and supports students who identify within the African...

10:30pm
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Friday, December 4