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Class Notes from Chi Nyok Wang, Class of 1916

One of the first two students from China to graduate from Mount Holyoke, Chi Nyok Wang, class of 1916, kept in touch with the College after she returned to Soochow (now Suzhou), China. Expanding the private high school that her mother had established, she held…... » Read more

The Career Development Center

Read about alumnae who pivoted in their careers.... » Read more

Cedar Hill: The “Frederick Douglass Home”

When Frederick Douglass died in 1895, Helen Pitts Douglass devoted herself to making Cedar Hill a memorial to his life and legacy. Before her death in 1903, she created the Frederick Douglass Memorial and Historical Association to carry on her preservation work. The "Frederick Douglass…... » Read more

Alumnae Quarterly Covers Through the Years

With four-hundred issues of the Quarterly, we had to choose what to share here. In these slides you'll see the evolution of the Quarterly through its cover treatments alone. View all covers (and content) since 2005 here. Read about the inaugural issue of the Alumnae Quarterly.…... » Read more