Around Campus

Jerrine Tan

The cyperpunk future is here.

Visiting Lecturer Jerrine Tan considers the promise of cyberpunk literature and the reality of contemporary Singapore.

Andrew G. Reiter, associate professor of politics and international relations, talks to NOVA.

Federal troops in cities: What can be done?

As mysterious federal troops clash with protesters, Mount Holyoke professor Andrew Reiter says there’s little to be done.

This is a screenshot of a Zoom class with author Sonia Nieto and 15 other participants.

Taking on new challenges with new solutions

The Professional and Graduate Education program now offers an online program for teachers working with culturally and linguistically diverse students.

This is a photograph of a microphone, with an out-of-focus banquet room in the background.

Exploring racism and privilege

Mount Holyoke has held a series of virtual spaces for healing, conversation and community to process racism and privilege in the world.

Barbara Smith, class of 1969, smiling

Re-identifying identity politics

Barbara Smith ’69, explains to The New Yorker that identity politics is not about division, but rather unity.

The case against reopening schools

Two-time alumna and fifth-grade teacher Rose Levine examines the case for —and against — reopening elementary schools this fall.

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Lierman named interim director

Liz Lierman has been named interim executive director of the Alumnae Association. 

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Mount Holyoke’s back-to-school plans

Western Mass News covers Mount Holyoke’s plans for the fall semester.

The July 6 guidance from ICE puts at risk the wellbeing, education, aspirations and freedom of Mount Holyoke College’s international students, as well as the millions of other students and graduates pursuing education and work in the U.S.

Mount Holyoke signs amicus brief

Mount Holyoke College will sign an amicus brief challenging ICE’s proposed rules barring online study for international students. 

This is a photo of Katie Cashin in a military uniform, looking skywards against a dark background.

Making history by meeting the future

Kaitlin Cashin, class of 2019, is featured in the new ad for the U.S. Space Force.

This is a photograph of Sarah Paust standing at a podium with a microphone in the foreground.

Studying culture, disease and health in Canada

Sarah Paust will use her Fulbright fellowship to study how the novel coronavirus has impacted Indigenous populations in Canada.

The Mount Holyoke College community made matched donations to three organizations focused on racial justice and LGBTQ inclusion.

Pride Month and Juneteenth community match

The Mount Holyoke College community matching effort supports organizations that work on the forefront of equality. 

Dorothy Mosby, Associate Dean of Faculty

Dorothy E. Mosby is interim dean of faculty

Dorothy E. Mosby has been appointed as the interim vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty through June 30, 2022.  

Professors Holly Hanson, Christopher Pyle, Stan Rachootin and Lynn M. Morgan retire from Mount Holyoke College after extraordinary teaching careers.

Four faculty members retire

Four esteemed Mount Holyoke College faculty members are retiring in 2020.

Mathilda Scott ’20 presented her project “Agriculture on a Rampage: The Last Stand of the Agrarian Democracy” entirely online.

Senior Symposium highlights student research

Mount Holyoke College’s Senior Symposium showcases the intellectual passions and scholarly research of its students.