Events

Friday, December 4

International Recipe Swap

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...

Online Peformance: Much Ado About Nothing

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

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
Virtual Event
Mount Holyoke Christian Fellowship Friday Lunch Group

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
Virtual Event
Asking for Nelly: An Artist's Talk with Adi Liraz

Artist's talk with Romaniote-Ashkenazi feminist artist, Adi Liraz.

11:30am
Virtual Event
Office Hours with Student Involvement Consultants (Amanda Windsor & Amirah 
Winston)

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

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

Jumma Reflection

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

Arabic Language Table

The Arabic language table is an informal weekly meeting, this semester conducted as an Arabic tea, where students can practice speaking in the target...

5pm
Virtual Event
Kabbalat Shabbat

Join Jewish Chaplain Amelia Ender and members of the Jewish Student Union for our weekly virtual service.

Vespers

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...

The Betty Shabazz Open Hours

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
Virtual Event

Friday, December 4