The students studying stage combat chose scenes from actual plays, such as “Macbeth,” or wrote their own to perform during their battles.

Stage combat: a clash of craft and magic

Mount Holyoke is one of few colleges to offer a class in stage combat, an important skill for actors as well as a fun opportunity for non-theater majors.
Contest participants: (back row from left) Ying Wang (faculty), Virginia Henning ’20, Odiche Nwabuikwu ’18, Gillian Hagen ’20 and Clara Wang ’19. (Front row from left) Lei Yan (faculty), Sarah Ratzlaff ’20, Catherine Peabody ’20 and Lisha Xu (faculty).

Competitive languages

Mount Holyoke students excel in language proficiency contests, bringing home top prizes in Chinese and Japanese competitions this spring.
Alheri Egor-Egbe ’17 (right)

Looking back from the finish line

Alheri Egor-Egbe ’17, who took part in the College’s 12th annual Stoling ceremony, honored a mentor who helped shape her journey.
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Introducing MyinTuition

Mount Holyoke is now providing this fast, free, anonymous tool with just six basic financial questions to help students and parents estimate college costs.
As director of the Teaching and Learning Initiative, Associate Professor Elizabeth Markovits oversaw the three-day workshop for faculty.

Renew, review, reconnect, revive

An end-of-the-semester conference focused on best practices in teaching reconnects professors to each other and their love of teaching.
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