November 15, 2017

Five Colleges: redefining opportunities

Take five esteemed institutions of higher education, located within a 6-mile radius in one of New England’s most picturesque valleys. Add 38,000 students, 2,200 faculty, infinite social opportunities and orgs galore. Connect them with a free bus system.

What do you get?

November 14, 2017

The “rein” of Ronaldo

Ronaldo stands tall, with wise brown eyes and a big squarish head. In his stall, puffed by shavings, he towers over students with an air of athleticism and confidence.

When lower-level riders are assigned to Ron for practice, it’s as if they were invited to warm up one of McLain Ward or Beezie Madden’s horses. (For the non-equestrians out there, that would be like playing basketball with Michael Jordan.) Although this school donation horse — or “schoolie” — is not as famous as Ward’s HH Azur or Madden’s Breitling LS, at our Equestrian Center Ronaldo is nonetheless a beloved celebrity. It’s my pleasure to introduce you to this fine gentleman!

November 8, 2017

One campus. More than 700 acres. Limitless ways to explore.

Consistently ranked one of the most beautiful in the nation, the Mount Holyoke campus is a diversity of ecosystems, languages, communities, disciplines and learning experiences. During your next visit — the Office of Admission welcomes visitors year-round for campus tours — be sure to check out the following can’t-miss destinations!

November 8, 2017

Founder’s Day: the legacy lives

After two years of dogged fundraising — and raising of eyebrows throughout Massachusetts — one woman’s dream became a reality. In a time when higher education for women did not exist. When educating women was seen not just as unnecessary, but as harmful and subversive.

November 3, 2017

STEM interns share their stories

This summer, hundreds of Mount Holyoke students interned at companies and organizations around the world. Wondering how to get a STEM internship and what the experience will be like? Read on: Four students who did internships related to science and technology share their takeaways and insight.

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