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MHC Moment: October 2012

Connecting with Alumnae around the Country I could not have asked for a better launch to Mount Holyoke's celebration of educating 175 years of women of influence! Following our spectacular convocation, I had the chance to meet with alumnae, parents, and prospective students at record-breaking…... » Read more

Elise Hale-Case ’09: Feeding the Hungry

  At the Queen Anne Food Bank in Seattle, Washington, basement doors open at 6.30 am. During the morning of any given day, between eighty and 150 hungry people stop by. Food bank overseer Elise Hale-Case ’09 prepares sack lunches and volunteers distribute them to…... » Read more

Maternal Ambivalence the Topic of Woolley Fellow’s Book

A woman kills one of her own children every three days in America, research shows. While we would like to believe that these mothers have nothing in common with “good mothers,” it turns out that this is not really the case, says Sarah LaChance Adams…... » Read more

Inside the Real West Wing: Interview with Mona K. Sutphen ’89

Jillian Dunham: Could you give us a sense of your typical day at the White House? Mona Sutphen: It starts around 7:15 with a series of senior staff strategy meetings, and usually a meeting with the president. Those go until around 10:00 ... and then it’s…... » Read more