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Psychology professor Mara Breen studies how we “hear” the words we read, and what happens when the brain expects one word but gets another.
She has won awards, accolades, and National All-America honors—twice. But it’s the Mount Holyoke community that Cathleen Pruden ’16 most treasures.
Ng Tian Hui has won The American Prize in Orchestral Programming for his selection of repertoire for the Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra.
Mount Holyoke College’s newest students join the South Hadley community to “Bag the Community” and help the local food pantry with its annual food drive.
A collection of rare Navajo weavings will be featured in a Mount Holyoke College Art Museum exhibition through May 19.
Kassandra Jolley, who for eight years has led development and communications enterprises at Atlanta’s Spelman College, will join Mount Holyoke on March 1.
“Leadership is messy and not everyone is going to appreciate what you do, but that doesn’t mean you should not speak up.” — Vanessa Keverenge ’14
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