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Opioid Epidemic

Heartbreak and hope in the opioid epidemic

The experiences of three alumnae touched by the opioid crisis speak of heartbreak and hope in the struggle to reverse an ongoing national tragedy The experiences of three alumnae touched by the opioid crisis speak of heartbreak and hope in the struggle to reverse an…... » Read more

Mount Holyoke campus

Exploring Mount Holyoke as a living laboratory

Transforming Mount Holyoke's natural and built landscape into an exciting destination for hands-on multidisciplinary undergraduate research and teaching Deep in the woods on the path around Upper Lake students stretch and move, interacting with the landscape. On the other end of campus, students measure water…... » Read more

Nita Lowey ’59 on women’s leadership, ideals and strength in a public service career

For 30 years, Nita Melnikoff Lowey ’59 has served the people of New York, rising to become the one of the most powerful women in U.S. House of Representatives It's not the case for most people that a big burst of fame arrives at the…... » Read more

Wildfire: On the Front Lines with Station 8: A book excerpt

When news of the Camp Fire in northern California began to emerge early last November my thoughts snagged on certain phrases — "wind-driven, fast-moving, heavily populated." I'd been studying and reporting on wildfire since 2015 and knew those factors plus hot and dry conditions made…... » Read more