My Voice: On Hearing, in Fragments

Growing up, I never knew what was happening onscreen when I went to the movies. As I sat beside my friends, I would mimic their reactions—laughing when they laughed, calling up a tear at the moment in My Girl when I finally realized the boy…... » Read more

An Eye to the Future

Recognized as one of the best college art museums in the nation, Mount Holyoke’s museum embarks on a new chapter, strengthened by an infusion of acquisitions that takes the institution’s mission of teaching with art to new heights The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum’s recently…... » Read more

Then & Now: Laundry

—By Olivia Collins ’18 –1968 photo courtesy of MHC Archives and Special Collections; 2016 photo by Millie Rossman This article appeared in the fall 2016 issue of the Alumnae Quarterly.... » Read more

Who’s In Your Wallet?

We All Need a Health Care Companion In 1975 my husband, Mike, and I went backpacking in the Truchas Mountains in northern New Mexico. I was newly pregnant with our daughter and had just taught my first bioethics course at a local university. When we…... » Read more