Rachel Kim ’21

Rachel, a double major in history and critical social thought with a Nexus in museums, archives and public history, is from Bellevue, WA, but was raised in New Hyde Park, NY. Aside from her involvement at Mount Holyoke College Art Museum as an education intern and student guide, Rachel is the media chair of Asian American Studies in Action (AASIA), an ambassador for the Weissman Center for Leadership and a phonathon caller for MHC's Office of Advancement. In her free time, Rachel enjoys traveling with friends, visiting museums, reading food blogs and consuming copious amounts of tea.

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My favorite place on campus: Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

By Rachel Kim ’21 on June 18, 2019 at 4:28 PM

In response to the question, “What is your favorite spot on campus?” I always answer with the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, or MHCAM. With its trailblazing exhibitions and dedicated staff, MHCAM is truly one of the greatest college museums. Among the nation’s oldest academic art museums, MHCAM was founded in 1876 and ranks 11th on a national list of top college art museums — ahead of Princeton, Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley.

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