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How to Keep Learning
We were all students. We entered classrooms, worked with teachers or coaches, and, over time, learned skills and lessons that continue to affect our everyday practices.
Mount Holyoke College spring flower show 'nice way to end winter'
"It's a nice way to end the winter," said Brian Clark, of the spring flower show at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, that is expected to draw at least 2,000 people this month.
Courses at Mount Holyoke College Can Make this Summer Count
Mount Holyoke College's Professional and Graduate Education program offers dozens of summer course options to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as to anyone looking to enhance professional skills or for personal enrichment.
Mount Holyoke College Establishes The Lynk, Funds Internships
As the oldest women's college in the nation, Mount Holyoke has been preparing women to face the future with confidence for more than 175 years.
Escalating violence in Kiev alarms Ukraine natives in Western Massachusetts
Lyudmila Shumska of Kava Press in Chicopee for a story on the troubles in the Ukraine.
Denison joins group to help launch grads into careers
Denison University is a founding member of an initiative aiming to connect today's college graduates with the needs of high-growth employers, according to an announcement Thursday.
What Can the Oscar-Nominated Film "12 Years a Slave" Teach Us About...
Lynda Morgan, associate professor of history at Mount Holyoke College, specializes in North American slave regimes; emancipation and reconstruction; segregation; African American history; and the civil rights movement.
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Bake your way to their hearts on Valentine's Day
In 1381, Geoffrey Chaucer wrote a poem to honor the engagement of England's Richard II and Anne of Bohemia.
Call for art entries for Monson Arts Council's juried spring show
Artists in every medium are invited to enter the Monson Arts Council's 21st Annual Spring Art Exhibition and Sale.