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Alumnae Stories

My Voice: Sehba Sarwar ’86 on Belonging

While I fold and pack my saris, bedcovers, carpets and curtains — fabrics I’ve collected from Pakistan and India for more than 30 years — my friend Anita drops by… ... » Read more

A rock painted white with a Mary Lyon two cent stamp quotes the founder: "Go forward, attempt great things. Accomplish great things."

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On Display: Painted rocks hidden across campus

Found Objects: Spreading Joy About a year ago, Molly Dietrich Morris ’99 joined The Kindness Rocks Project™, a grassroots campaign launched when a rock painted with a note of encouragement… ... » Read more

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Sparking Curiosity

The first time Nancie Fimbel ’68 stepped onto campus, she knew she belonged. “This is where I wanted to be,” she says. And since that very first moment, she has… ... » Read more

Yaine Neyhard sits in the library, wearing a striped shirt, with short, purple hair.

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Elevated language: Yvaine Neyhard FP’20 and the topography of Hamlet

Frances Perkins Scholar Yvaine Neyhard’s FP’20 interest in Mount Holyoke’s Makerspace was initially piqued by a sweet tooth — and the chocolate-making workshops that started back when the space occupied… ... » Read more