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事件取消指令由于covid-19

按照365彩票官网目前 对于covid-19响应计划,都在人的校园活动被取消,直至另行通知。

校园建筑仍然封闭给公众。看到 校园更新页面 对于最新的信息。

虚拟活动计划,他们将被添加到日历。

接下来的活动

在可持续发展全球会议

对环境米勒沃利中心很高兴地宣布,作为主办机构在更高的可持续性即将召开的全球会议...

Hindu Om

navaratri是九夜节,荣誉在她所有的表现,包括杜尔加,拉克希米和萨拉斯瓦蒂母亲女神。这是一个节日......

亚洲中心授权开放时间

亚洲中心授权,俗称“王牌”,作为提供支持的空间,教育,社区,以及一间会议现场为学生...

Goddess Culture: An Artist's Talk with Kaija Sabbah

kaija萨巴赫讨论了她的水彩画和刺绣艺术由她多次经历为黑色,阿马齐格,sefaradi FEMME通知。

(clockwise, left-right):  Liza Smith, MD, Alex Harris, DO, Marie Boutin, CNP

我们的小组成员代表的先进做法护理和对症疗法和整骨医学专业。尽管他们不同的培训和程度,...

muhadatha事项

非正式谈话由MSA板和穆斯林牧师elizaveta洛佐瓦亚在周四的每周促进讨论问题(阿拉伯语“muhadatha”)...

Virtual Community M&Cs with Archives & Special Collections, Family & 
Friends Edition

Mount Holyoke's own Archives & Special Collections will join us for our weekly Virtual Community M&Cs! This is our Family & Friends special edition - bring a...

Department Tea

参加历史系的教师和学生讨论的主要和次要,并获得2021春季课程预览。请把你的问题的...

面试准备

参加我们的现场活动变焦学习和练习面试基础知识,明星战略行为面试问题,并介绍了大...

团结中心和ZOWIE banteah开放时间

团结中心欢迎学生提供各种身份,特别是那些谁标识为第一代/低收入365彩票官网庭的学生的。然而,在ZOWIE ...

Mount Holyoke College President Sonya Stephens

索尼娅主席期间开始在9月2日她的上班时间,并且运行的每个周三上午10:30斯蒂芬斯邀请你几乎拖放到聊天-...

中国师徒艾米李世英王

我是艾米穆时英旺(她/她),一个中国女人,一个值得骄傲的桨手,并与生物化学和计算机科学两个专业的大三学生。我爱做白日梦......

Culinary Cooking Series: House-Made Vinaigrettes and Marinades (Livestream)

参加我们的美食烹饪系列的下一篇文章。这个情节肖恩·凯尔西会使得365彩票官网庭自制的辣酱和卤汁。

韩国师徒克莱尔ysabella海伍德

嗨,大365彩票官网好!我的名字叫克莱尔·海伍德,但在韩国第i类通常由수정(soojung)去。我是一个东亚研究专业,在这里安装霍利奥克学院...

10/22 16:00
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第一自荐信车间

呼吁所有的第一年,谁拥有关于编写他们的第一个求职信的问题二年级学生!本次研讨会是一个无压力的研讨会,打破如何?

10/22 16:30
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Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center

想知道如何识别或描述你从竞技经验中获得的领导能力?从本次研讨会来离开知道你的技能...

Tea-ology & Talk

得到了你的心事?让自己的一些茶,加入SR。吕秀莲,宗教和精神生活的院长随意交谈。没有固定的议程和...

白俄罗斯还是普京belaruse?

What is going on in Belarus? And why is Putin so worried? Join us for a Q&A with MHC Professor Stephen Jones. 录音声明: 此事件被...

教师聊天

Join faculty members for a panel and Q & A to learn about academics, faculty mentorship and research and internship opportunities at Mount Holyoke. 会议...

10/22 18:00
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寄存器[{"@context":"//schema.org","@type":"Event","name":"\"Haunted Halls\" a Class of 1970 Discussion","description":"Please join your \u201970 classmates on 十月 22 at 7:00 PM EDT as our own Dr. Elizabeth (Libby) Tucker Gould relates tales of ghostly sightings on US campuses, as detailed in her book Haunted Halls: Ghostlore of American College Campuses (2007). Libby will share with us many of these stories, describe her academic research in folklore and legends, and feed our frustrated travel desires with descriptions of the \u201clegend trips\u201d she has taken. As the Amazon introduction to Haunted Halls states, \u201cBesides offering insight into students' initiation into campus life, college ghost stories make important statements about injustices suffered by Native Americans, African Americans, and others.\u201d\n\n \nA recognized expert in folklore and legends, Dr. Elizabeth (Libby) Tucker Gould is the Distinguished Service Professor of English at Binghamton University, where she specializes in children\u2019s and adolescents\u2019 folklore, folklore of the supernatural, and legends. Her other books include Campus Legends: A Handbook (2005), Children\u2019s Folklore: A Handbook (2008), Haunted Southern Tier (2011), New York State Folklife Reader: Diverse Voices (co-edited with Ellen McHale) (2013), and Legend Trips: A Contemporary Legend Handbook (2018) (co-edited with Lynne S. McNeill). Libby is a Fellow of the American Folklore Society, has edited Children\u2019s Folklore Review, and served as President of the International Society for Contemporary Legend Research and the Children\u2019s Folklore Section of the American Folklore Society. For several years she has written a column on play for the International Journal of Play. She loves to travel and go on legend trips.","startDate":"2020-10-22T19:00:00-04:00","endDate":"2020-10-22T20:00:00-04:00","eventStatus":"EventScheduled","location":{"@type":"VirtualLocation","url":"//events.mtholyoke.edu/event/haunted_halls_a_class_of_1970_discussion"},"url":"//events.mtholyoke.edu/event/haunted_halls_a_class_of_1970_discussion","image":"//localist-images.azureedge.net/photos/34908709209134/huge/6e143a15b59a9db4df6d97df280d86800045c529.jpg"}]
"Haunted Halls" a Class of 1970 Discussion

请在7:00 pm EDT收市加入您的'70同学在10月22日为自己的博士。伊丽莎白(利比)塔克·古尔德涉及幽灵出没的故事对我们的校园,...

10/22晚上7点
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Come in, We're Open

注册的途径下降,与前往的交通服务团队的成员会议!途径约会不能超过15安排少...

10/22晚上7点
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Fostering Resilience: Practical Parenting Strategies that Promote Healing

主流的养育策略是基于强大的,健康的附件,与想法,在附件的破裂将强制行为的改变....

韩国语表

韩国语言表是一个非正式的每周例会上,学生可以练习在一个偶然的情况下用他们的语言韩国语讲...

除皮肤更深

比皮肤更深层次的是对亚洲认生每周支持,讨论的空间。亚洲,亚洲裔,亚裔太平洋岛民,南亚...

Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center

感兴趣的法学院?不清楚的过程或感到害怕?由CDC预法律支持,有你覆盖。法律预科101是你的指导...

DEI棕色袋子:访问活动策划

365彩票官网致力于确保所有会议和由学院主办的活动是残障人士使用。创建...

jumma反思

穆斯林牧师elizaveta洛佐瓦亚星期五布道的虚拟版本每周一次的灵感和思考。异步。

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meet & Greet

多样性,平等和包容的外观办公室的团队着欢迎365彩票官网庭有关学院的努力创造一个工作的谈话...

fimbel壶和创新实验室虚拟旅游

虚拟之旅365彩票平台的makerspace,fimbel壶和创新实验室的学生,朋友和365彩票官网人。 加入我们,发现什么创新?

10/23 16:30
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Talk by Dr. Tolu Kehinde, Mayo Clinic physician and MHC alum '13

来了解MHC的明矾塔鲁kehinde的'13路径是在梅奥诊所的医生听。 塔鲁kehinde是在梅奥诊所住院医师...

阿拉伯语语言表

阿拉伯语表是一个非正式的每周例会上,本学期作为阿拉伯茶,让学生可以练习的目标来说进行...

kabbalat安息日

加入犹太牧师阿梅利亚安德和犹太学生会的成员,我们每周的虚拟服务。

统一世界服务

zuum与我们

贝蒂·沙巴兹开放时间

作为校园第一文化中心,贝蒂沙巴兹,俗称“贝蒂”,助攻和识别中的非洲谁支持学生...

Concerts & Performances Generic

专为彩色的高年级学生和那些谁拥有多元化拥护,公平和包容性的举措在他们的学校,这个为期两天的研讨会...

死囚之舞 - 虚拟鬼屋

怪物球365彩票平台的年度万圣节舞会!今年的怪物球不会跳舞,就像一个虚拟的鬼屋...

无人区电影节放映

365彩票官网郊游俱乐部很高兴能举办无人区电影节的虚拟筛选,短片特色的汇编...

死囚之舞 - 虚拟鬼屋

怪物球365彩票平台的年度万圣节舞会!今年的怪物球不会跳舞,就像一个虚拟的鬼屋...

Hindu Om

(维杰dasami)庆祝好战胜邪恶:在妖拉万主拉玛的,和女神杜尔迦了一个恶魔。它遵循了为期九天的...

Mount Holyoke College President Sonya Stephens

总裁斯蒂芬斯和学院领导成员邀请你加入他们的一个关于大学生的状态,并为视力谈话...

10/25上午9:00
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寄存器[{"@context":"//schema.org","@type":"Event","name":"Family & Friends Discussion: The Student Experience","description":"Parents, family members, and friends join Dorothy Mosby, Interim Dean of Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Marcella Runell Hall, Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students, and Kijua Sanders McMurtry, the College\u2019s Vice President for Equity and Inclusion, Chief Diversity Officer to engage in conversation about the student experience. This is a space to discuss and ask questions about your student's academic and co-curricular experience as well as to learn more about the College's Anti-Racism Plan. Questions and discussion encouraged.\n\nFor inquiries about the accessibility of this event or to request any accommodations, please contact the Office of Student Involvement at studentinvolvement@mtholyoke.edu. Please make accommodation requests no later than Wednesday, 十月 21st to give implementation time, however, in all situations, a good faith effort will be made to provide accommodations up until the time of the event. This event will have live captioning available.","startDate":"2020-10-25T10:00:00-04:00","endDate":"2020-10-25T11:00:00-04:00","eventStatus":"EventScheduled","offers":{"@type":"Offer","url":"//mtholyoke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIkdOGgqjMpG9IDpFmTkHSpla7uMnDsTKVk","price":"free"},"location":{"@type":"VirtualLocation","url":"//events.mtholyoke.edu/event/family_friends_discussion_academic_and_co-curricular_student_experience"},"url":"//events.mtholyoke.edu/event/family_friends_discussion_academic_and_co-curricular_student_experience","image":"//localist-images.azureedge.net/photos/816558/huge/60e10d007b88806bf2a960155c5bbecefed52027.jpg"}]
Mount Holyoke Sign for Generic Use

父母,365彩票官网庭成员和朋友参加多萝西·莫斯,教师和学术事务的副总裁,玛塞拉·鲁内尔·霍尔,副的临时院长?

Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center

教职员工和学生组成的小组将提供其在连接365彩票平台助学中心,故意实例方法...

10/25下午1点
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寄存器[{"@context":"//schema.org","@type":"Event","name":"支持你的学生的学术经验","description":"Join the Academic Deans in this informative and interactive session to talk about continuing to support your student through remote learning in module 2. The Deans will have ideas, tools, and more to share with you. This is also a space for parents and family members to share what you've learned during module 1, and for those participating to be in discussion with each other and the Deans.\n\nFor inquiries about the accessibility of this event or to request any accommodations, please contact the Office of Student Involvement at studentinvolvement@mtholyoke.edu. Please make accommodation requests no later than Wednesday, 十月 21st to give implementation time, however, in all situations, a good faith effort will be made to provide accommodations up until the time of the event. This event will have live captioning available.\n\nThis event is being conducted over Zoom. As the host, Mount Holyoke College reserves the right to record this session and the event sponsors will give prior notification to event participants of any intention to do so. The recording feature for others is disabled so that no one else will be able to record this session through Zoom. At all times, no recording by any other means is permitted without prior written permission from the event sponsor or as an approved accommodation.","startDate":"2020-10-25T14:00:00-04:00","endDate":"2020-10-25T15:00:00-04:00","eventStatus":"EventScheduled","offers":{"@type":"Offer","url":"//mtholyoke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApduGppzIjGdVPvvkVgFZij3Q1xyGyiDzy","price":"free"},"location":{"@type":"VirtualLocation","url":"//events.mtholyoke.edu/event/supporting_your_students_academic_experience"},"url":"//events.mtholyoke.edu/event/supporting_your_students_academic_experience","image":"//localist-images.azureedge.net/photos/816558/huge/60e10d007b88806bf2a960155c5bbecefed52027.jpg"}]
Mount Holyoke Sign for Generic Use

加入这一信息和互动会议的学术院长谈继续通过远程学习支持你的学生在模块2. ...

天主教的祈祷仪式

祈祷和反思基础上,每周的阅读,音乐和交谈。

异教/巫术茶时间

周例会和茶时间为地球基于异教/巫术社区。

Student Groups: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion training (for 
Cultural/Identity/Religious Student 组)

这是训练的一部分我,这将是一个三小时的超长同步会话。它将侧重于技能导航艰难的对话,基本...

Hindu Om

navaratri是九夜节,荣誉在她所有的表现,包括杜尔加,拉克希米和萨拉斯瓦蒂母亲女神。这是一个节日......

焦点小组与院长马塞拉大厅

学生滴在与马塞拉!请进来分享您的想法和观点对学生的经验,我们计划为春天2021。

检查特权人员/教师阅读小组

在检查特权教师/人员讨论小组每周满足于周一从11 am-12noon等过度放大阅读和种族主义讨论当前的写作...

10/26 11:00
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在可持续发展全球会议

对环境米勒沃利中心很高兴地宣布,作为主办机构在更高的可持续性即将召开的全球会议...

10/22
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IDA湾井和反对私刑运动

在美国,1882年和1927年之间 - 有4951个记录的私刑。约三分之一的遇难者是白人经常在西海岸,在...

白俄罗斯还是普京belaruse?

What is going on in Belarus? And why is Putin so worried? Join us for a Q&A with MHC Professor Stephen Jones. 录音声明: 此事件被...

10/22 17:00
虚拟事件
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Vanguard: What if Black Women Have Always Led the Movement for Voting Rights?

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"Disability Justice & Pedagogies of Transformative Care, Access, & Radical Love" - Supporting Students with Disabilities

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虚拟事件
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Globe of international flags

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10/23下午1点
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Talk by Dr. Tolu Kehinde, Mayo Clinic physician and MHC alum '13

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10/25上午9:00
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