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Here, Career Prep Is Free, and Part of Every Student's Experience

Mount Holyoke College's The Lynk is a comprehensive program that connects liberal arts courses with students’ career goals. The program isn’t just an add-on for seniors, but offers an integrated series of trainings and opportunities to build...
12-Aug-2014 10:15 AM EDT

Courses at Mount Holyoke College Can Make this Summer Count

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Mount Holyoke College’s Professional and Graduate Education program offers dozens of summer course options to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as to anyone seeking professional skills or personal enrichment. Courses are offered in...
28-Feb-2014 9:40 AM EST

Mount Holyoke College Establishes The Lynk, Funds Internships

President Lynn Pasquerella has announced Mount Holyoke College will now fund an approved internship for every student through its new initiative, The Lynk.
26-Feb-2014 4:00 PM EST

Forgotten Entrepreneur Esther Howland Was “the Mother of the American Valentine”

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Mount Holyoke alumna Esther Howland (1847) created the first American Valentine's Day card, launching what is today a multi-billion-dollar industry.
4-Feb-2014 1:00 PM EST

Mount Holyoke's Darby Dyar Heads for Outer Space—Virtually

Professor Darby Dyar is one of the scientists who will help NASA explore the potential to colonize the Moon and Mars.
10-Jan-2014 2:20 PM EST

Christine Hutchins Appointed VP of Communications

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Christine Hutchins, most recently of Stanford University, will become Mount Holyoke’s new vice president for marketing and communications.
21-Nov-2013 3:00 PM EST

Mount Holyoke Celebrates 176th Commencement

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A jam-packed crowd cheered more than 600 graduates as they received their diplomas Sunday, May 19 in Mount Holyoke College's 176th annual commencement in the Richard Glenn Gettell Amphitheater.
28-May-2013 11:00 AM EDT

The Ants Go Marching … to the Rescue

Rescue behavior has been observed in primates, dolphins, and rats. Is this behavior, as some scientists suggest, evidence that animals feel empathy towards their kin? Enter the ants. Mount Holyoke’s Karen Hollis and her team observed ants...
6-May-2013 5:00 PM EDT

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