Bringing History to Life

With an open-door, please-touch philosophy, Mount Holyoke’s Archives and Special Collections is helping students and alumnae connect with the College’s—and their own—rich past The small brass, oak, and glass display… ... » Read more

The ornately decorated Brumidi Corridors on the first floor of the Senate wing in the United States Capitol


Into the Halls of Power

Honoring Professor Victoria Schuck’s legendary Washington, DC, internship program and the Mount Holyoke women it set on the path to success  Vicky Schuck never failed to make an impression. Former… ... » Read more

A view of the Williston Library Reading Room. Photo by Deirdre Haber Malfatto


President’s Pen

In a few short months, I will be stepping down as the eighteenth president of Mount Holyoke College to begin a new charge as head of the Association of American… ... » Read more

Old letters


MoHome Memories: Writing a Shared History

Round-robin letters “When I was a child, mother used to tell my brothers and sisters and me about the round-robin letters,” says Susan Hewitt FP’93. “It was part of the… ... » Read more