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Laird and her children, from left, Brendan, Evelyn, and Colleen

My Voice: What is Enough?

I used to stage whisper my dreams of motherhood, not sure if attending Mount Holyoke would mean I had to view my future in a different light. Would I be a disappointment to this prestigious women’s college if I did not go forth and stand…... » Read more

Lab partners Emilie Heidel ’10 and Arda Kotikian ’15 work together in a lab for Chem 212.

A Winning Formula

Educating top chemists, professors, inventors, and researchers through a forward-thinking chemistry program rooted in history It’s 11:30 a.m. on the Tuesday after spring break, and twenty-three students have settled in Chem 212: Chemistry of Biomolecules class in Kendade 303. After some housekeeping items and a syllabus update, Professor Katie McMenimen…... » Read more

More Books Summer 2015

The Runaway's Gold Amulet Books In 1842, Christopher Robertson’s family lives a difficult life as “crofters,” farmers and fishermen so in debt to the landowner that they have no hope of ever breaking free. To make matters worse, Christopher also lives under the thumb of…... » Read more

Dana Whyte ’60 and Sandhya Banskota ’10 reconnect during Reunion

Meaningful Moments

The Connections Program joins classes fifty years apart, helping alumnae and current students find common ground between generations—and changing lives in the process In the summer of 2010, when Sandhya Banskota ’10 learned that she had been invited to a final round of interviews at a…... » Read more