Three Mount Holyoke alumnae find each other on a cruise ship

Uncommon women go to the ends of the earth to find each other, but find each other they do. In November Kathryn Willmore ’65, Cyndy Rapp Curry ’63 and Lorain Heindel Giles ’73 (pictured, left to right) embarked on an Antarctic voyage with National Geographic-…... » Read more

Insider’s View: Fisk Organ

While Abbey Memorial Chapel houses two organs, it’s the Fisk Organ that offers a spectacular view familiar to anyone who has gazed at it where it sits elevated on a balcony in the back of the building. Installed during the 1984-1985 academic year, the organ…... » Read more

The work of visual artist Joan Jonas ’58 is celebrated at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

A current exhibition at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum creates space for the work of renowned artist Joan Jonas '58 Joan Jonas ’58 has been creating art for more than 60 years. And in recent years, her work has earned her some of the…... » Read more

Trauma, Testimony, Healing and Resistance

The first "Me Too" moment I recall was in 1984 in Politics of Patriarchy, a 100-level course taught by Professor Jean Grossholtz. She began the lesson on the first day by drawing a baby on the blackboard and asking where the baby would end up…... » Read more