Archival Equestrian Materials Presented at the Art Museum

The Material Life of Equestriennes, A recent display at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum featured this traditional English women’s riding hat and saddle. Estimated to be about two hundred years old, the hat is still remarkably intact. And it is remarkably different from the…... » Read more

Library Atrium in the 1930s and 2018

The Williston Library Atrium Once Split in Levels Now Opens to the Sky

—By Sara Rottger ’19 This article appeared as “Library Atrium” in the winter 2018 issue of the Alumnae Quarterly.... » Read more

Winter 2018 Books

Winter 2018 Books

The following is a list of books published by alumnae and faculty, or about alumnae, and received at the Alumnae Quarterly offices since the publication of the fall 2017 issue. To submit your work, please email Eight Days on Planet Earth HarperCollins To the…... » Read more

MHC Professor Lauret Savoy Explores Race and the American Landscape

Supported by a Carnegie Fellowship, Professor Lauret Savoy Digs into the Essential Questions of Her—and Our—American Past David B. Truman Professor of Environmental Studies Lauret Savoy approaches air travel like a baseball enthusiast who records the minutiae of each inning on a scorecard. And while…... » Read more