fall 2015

Ariel Szabo White print

The Female Gaze: Fall 2015

Mind Maps “I can’t survive without art,” says Ariel Szabo White ’09, who uses the name Ariel Szabo professionally. Since her first printmaking class with Professor Nancy Campbell at Mount Holyoke, the Boston native has been using silk-screening techniques to create her layered, abstract pieces. Through…... » Read more

MoHome Memories: Beneath the Full Moon

For twenty-seven years students have gathered at Gettell Amphitheater to take part in the Lunar Howling Society’s monthly ritual In the early days of each fall semester campus security often receives a worried call from a first-year student about the sudden howling emanating from Gettell…... » Read more

Mary Lyon recpie

On Display: Written History

Mary Lyon’s recipes Among the collection of Mary Lyon’s manuscripts housed at Mount Holyoke are several recipes written in Lyon’s own handwriting. The recipes instruct the reader how to make some of the popular desserts of the time, including molasses cake and apple “dumplins.” Mary…... » Read more

Then and Now - Convocation

Then and Now: Convocation

—By Janice Beetle This article appeared in the fall 2015 issue of the Alumnae Quarterly.... » Read more