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winter 2016

Heidi Neubauer-Winterburn mixed media piece

The Female Gaze: Winter 2016

Mixed Media: Political Artistry “Attention is such a valuable thing these days. We’re constantly distracted,” says Heidi Neubauer-Winterburn ’03. “I want to help people see things that are important . . . and pause. Pausing is important.” The Denver artist seeks to command the attention of…... » Read more

Sledding

MoHome Memories: Making the Most of a Snowy Day

Sledding down the hills of campus Since its earliest days, Mount Holyoke’s students have had to endure the winters of South Hadley, Massachusetts. While generations of undergraduates have come and gone, one snowy activity has remained a campus favorite over the decades: sledding. Every winter,…... » Read more

On Display: Artifact

Mercury reigns Lining the walls of the first floor of Kendade Hall are eleven stick barometers, dating from 1790 to 1860. Each standing several feet tall and constructed from wood, glass, and metal, the mercury barometers were once used to measure atmospheric pressure in order…... » Read more

Top (from left): Kathy Boyce Morse ’66, Anne Ensworth Whitney ’58, Ziyan Zhou ’17, and Ngoc Vu ’17 enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner together; Bottom: Vu and Zhou help choose a Christmas tree.

Connections: Alumnae Share Thanksgiving Traditions with International Students

Over Thanksgiving break Mount Holyoke alumnae from across New England and New York welcomed students into their homes to share their Thanksgiving traditions as part of the Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Thanksgiving Host Program for International Students. This year thirty-one students—from China, Vietnam, South Korea,…... » Read more