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Resiliency in Wartime

The Quarterly takes a look back at student life on campus during World War II—a pivotal time when change was the only constant and students had no choice but to adapt. Learning to drink coffee without sugar. Meatless Tuesdays. “Heat cops” closing dorm windows every morning to…... » Read more

Voices at the Table

When it comes to diversity, Mount Holyoke leads the way in providing an education to students from countries around the world, fostering an academic environment that not only gives opportunities for students to learn from one another in the classroom but prepares them to graduate…... » Read more

Lyons in a Bear Market

Uncommon women in business thrive against all odds A 2012 study by Ernst & Young found that businesses owned by men are three-and-a-half times as likely to reach $1 million in annual revenues as are businesses owned by women. Why the gap? The study cites…... » Read more

Mischief Managed

175 Years of  Mount Holyoke Women Behaving Badly Except for defying the honor code or committing an actual crime, Mount Holyoke women are free to behave pretty much as they choose these days. But that wasn’t always the case; rules ruled in Mary Lyon’s Seminary.…... » Read more