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Volunteerism: Powerful Work without Pay

After her husband Jim, a Navy pilot, was shot down in 1965 and taken prisoner during the Vietnam War, Sybil Bailey Stockdale ’46 was frustrated by the US government’s expectation… ... » Read more

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President’s Pen: Spring 2013

  Two years ago, Maine's governor Paul LePage removed from the Department of Labor building a mural depicting the state’s labor history and featuring 1902 Mount Holyoke alumna Frances Perkins.… ... » Read more

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Art Breaks Out of the Frame

Many of professor Renae Brodie's first-year biology students start the semester confident that they know what to expect in an introductory science course. But one day during the first few… ... » Read more

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“My Voice” Essay: Must I Be Uncommon?

I am a junior now. And when I look out at the real world on the horizon, it’s decorated with ominous clouds. You see, this is the first time on… ... » Read more