Mary Woolley Hall

Mary Woolley Hall includes Chapin Auditorium and the New York Room and is home to the offices of Communications and Marketing, Advancement, and the Alumnae Association.

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On Campus, Administrative Building

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Mary Woolley Hall

Upcoming Events

Academic Highlight: Sand, Slime, Cells and Crowds

“Hard” condensed matter physics has been studied in-depth over the centuries and brought about the computer revolution, among other advances. Kerstin...

10/18 4pm
Jazz Concert - "Makin' Some Noise!"

Come hear the Jazz Ensembles of Mount Holyoke (Big Band, Vocal & Chamber Jazz) produce voluminous sounds by Harold Arlen, Alan Baylock, Charles Mingus, Janis...

10/18 7:30pm
"Fall Jam" A Cappella Performance

Experience a Mount Holyoke tradition! Enjoy a night of talented and diverse a cappella voices, with artful intersections. Doors open at 7:30 pm

10/19 8pm
Kids Monsters Ball

Join the Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra for its annual education concert. This is a sensory friendly concert, where the general public is free to express...

10/26 10am
Monsters Ball: Hollywood's Golden Age of Film

Monsters Ball is Mount Holyoke College's annual Halloween dance party! The concept is simple, come costumed and dance to waltzes and polkas by the Waltz King...

10/26 8pm

Recent Events

Study Away Fair

9/17/2019

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Carija Carija left a positive review 8/30/2019

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Fred Baumgarten left a positive review 9/4/2019

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Laura Bundesen

Laura Bundesen left a negative review 4/9/2019

I missed this because I somehow did not get the notification that the event had changed locations and was sitting in the posted location for too long. When I did realize it had moved it was too crowded to get into - could have used two sessions of this topic

Laura Bundesen

Laura Bundesen left a positive review 4/9/2019

thought it went well

Alexander Wirth-Cauchon

Alexander Wirth-Cauchon left a positive review 4/9/2019

The panelists were great. I read Barbara Smith's work in grad school in the 1980s and appreciated hearing from her. I thought Beverly Guy-Sheftall's questions helped Smith and Raquel Willis to talk at a good level that was both approachable by a large audience but also engaging.

Alexander Wirth-Cauchon

Alexander Wirth-Cauchon left a positive review 4/9/2019

I appreciated the multilingual opening and the mixture of poetry, art, and music to open us up to a variety to ways to think and share about DEI.

Elsie Parrilla

Elsie Parrilla left a positive review 4/9/2019

Absolutely enjoyed Pamela Means!

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Bassey Akpan left a review 4/9/2019

Creative pieces and great message overall.

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Amanda Florek left a positive review 4/9/2019

The kickoff was wonder interesting. There was seriousness, humor, songs and free pens! A good way to start the day.