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Rings and Roses

The class of 1967 fetes 2017 during a spring ceremony on campus On Thursday, April 9, six members of the Class of 1967 joined more than two hundred members of the class of 2017 for their Rings and Roses ceremony in Chapin Auditorium. A recent…... » Read more

Web Exclusive: A Quiet Legacy

Dr. and Mrs. Yamashita changed the lives of a generation of Mount Holyoke students through their dedication to education in East Asian Studies. One part of their exemplary work was realized in the construction of the tearoom Wa-shin-an, completed in 1984 and named by the Urasenke grand master…... » Read more

Pickett is on the left and Carr in the center (student on right is Halycon Crawford ‘58). Circa 1955.

Emma Carr and Lucy Pickett

Emma Perry Carr, class of 1902 (1880-1972), was born in Ohio to Anna Mary and Edmund Cone Carr, a prominent physician who was a staunch advocate of education. She was the third of five children. Carr began her college education as one of just a…... » Read more