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Illustrated headshots of Eileen Albillar ’96, Tami Gouveia ’96 and Karen Middleton ’88

Mount Holyoke alumnae make a run for political office

Since Hillary Clinton’s defeat in the 2016 presidential election, record numbers of women have declared their candidacy for elected office. This season, Mount Holyoke alumnae are both on the ballot and behind the scenes. Emily Martz ’94 left her job as deputy director at the…... » Read more

illustrated pencil writing the word "resilience"

Essays of resilience by Mount Holyoke alumnae

About a year ago we launched an essay contest, but the idea had been percolating around our office for a while. We talk often during meetings about how to share more alumnae voices in the Alumnae Quarterly. And about how to include more personal stories…... » Read more

Mona Hanford stands with hands in front of her

Mount Holyoke alumnae ease end-of-life transitions

With a new book, Mona Marich Hanford ’64 makes the case for faith in a field where Mount Holyoke alumnae have a legacy of leadership “Be honest with me,” Mona Marich Hanford ’64 told her oncologist when she learned the bad news. “Don’t give me…... » Read more

Invitation to inauguration

President’s Pen: Summer 2018

... With all the excitement of Commencement and Reunion behind us, it is with great anticipation and resolve that we engage in the deep work of summer, in preparation for the fall and the return of the students. While the rhythm is different — and…... » Read more