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  1. Part 2: Asma Jahangir: “Building Democracy: The Role of Pakistan and U.S. Relations"2009/11/30
    The distinguished Pakistani lawyer and human rights activist spent a week at MHC as the 2009 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence, hosted by the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives.
  2. Part 1: Asma Jahangir: “Building Democracy: The Role of Pakistan and U.S. Relations" - Intro by Kavita Khory2009/11/30
    The distinguished Pakistani lawyer and human rights activist spent a week at MHC as the 2009 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence, hosted by the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives.
  3. Commencement 2009: Ireland's President Mary McAleese2009/05/28
    President Mary McAleese, eighth president of Ireland, delivered the commencement address and received an honorary degree at the 172nd Mount Holyoke College commencement.
  4. Commencement 2009: Clare Waterman '892009/05/28
    Clare Waterman '89, currently chief of the Laboratory of Cell and Tissue Morphodynamics at the NIH's National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, delivered a speech and received an honorary degree at at the 172nd Mount Holyoke College commencement.
  5. Commencement 2009: Princess Loulwa al-Faisal al Saud2009/05/28
    The founder of Effat University, the first private university for women in Saudi Arabia, delivered a speech and received an honorary degree at at the 172nd Mount Holyoke College commencement.
  6. Commencement 2009: Caitlin Healey '092009/05/28
    Student speaker Caitlin M. Healey at the 172nd Mount Holyoke College commencement.
  7. Jazz Concert - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy2009/04/30
    The Jazz Ensembles of MHC, under the direction of Mark Gionfriddo, presented their fourth annual 1940s radio variety show, "The Big Broadcast!" featuring popular tunes from the era, including music by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, and Artie Shaw. Listen to Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy performed live.
  8. Part 2: Maureen White '76 Visits MHC2009/04/20
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  9. Part 1: Maureen White '76 Visits MHC - Intro by Eva Paus2009/04/20
    Maureen White ’76, cochair of the board of overseers for the International Rescue Committee, delivered a talk on "Iraqi Refugees: A Hidden Crisis".
  10. Part 2: Jeannine Oppewall Visits MHC2009/04/14
    MHC's artist-in-residence Jeannine Oppewall, delivered a presentation "On Finding the Art in Industry." Listen to the introduction of her work on The Good Shepherd.
  11. Part 1: Jeannine Oppewall Visits MHC - Intro by Robin Blaetz2009/04/14
    MHC's artist-in-residence, film designer Jeannine Oppewall, delivered a presentation "On Finding the Art in Industry." Listen to the introduction of her work on The Good Shepherd.
  12. Part 3: Bill McKibben at MHC2009/04/14
    The best-selling author, activist, and Middlebury College scholar delivered an evening lecture titled “350--The Most Important Number in the World."
  13. Part 2: Bill McKibben at MHC - Intro by Kirstin Dubois2009/04/14
    The best-selling author, activist, and Middlebury College scholar delivered an evening lecture titled “350--The Most Important Number in the World."
  14. Part 1: Bill McKibben at MHC - Intro by Beth Hooker2009/04/14
    The best-selling author, activist, and Middlebury College scholar delivered an evening lecture titled “350--The Most Important Number in the World."
  15. Charlayne Hunter-Gault Visits MHC2009/04/14
    The Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist delivered the first Spring 2009 Body Politic(s) lecture and launched the Weissman Center for Leadership and the Liberal Arts Tenth Anniversary celebration with her talk titled "From Jim Crow to Apartheid South Africa and Beyond: A Journalist's Journey."
  16. Part 2: Kirstin Downey Visits MHC2009/04/14
    Award-winning journalist and author of The Woman Behind the New Deal: The Life of Frances Perkins, FDR’s Secretary of Labor and His Moral Conscience gave a talk on March 31. Kirstin Downey provided a riveting exploration of how and why Perkins slipped into historical oblivion, and restores Perkins to her proper place in history.
  17. Part 1: Kristin Downey Visits MHC - Intro by Lois Brown2009/04/14
    Award-winning journalist and author of The Woman Behind the New Deal: The Life of Frances Perkins, FDR’s Secretary of Labor and His Moral Conscience gave a talk on March 31. Kirstin Downey provided a riveting exploration of how and why Perkins slipped into historical oblivion, and restores Perkins to her proper place in history.
  18. Part 2: Caucasia Author Danzy Senna Visits MHC2009/04/14
    The award-winning author recently read from this year's Common Read, Caucasia, and her newest book Where Did You Sleep Last Night?: A Personal History.
  19. Part 1: Caucasia Author Danzy Senna Visits MHC - Introduction by President Joanne Creighton2009/04/14
    The award-winning author recently read from this year's Common Read, Caucasia, and her newest book Where Did You Sleep Last Night?: A Personal History.
  20. Internet for the Other Five Billion-How and Why?2008/12/05
    Technology gurus Ethan Zuckerman and Andrew McLaughlin discussed why connectivity matters in the developing world--both to people in developing nations and to the rest of us.
  21. Robin Blaetz Delivers Talk on Cinema and Culture2008/11/13
    Robin Blaetz, associate professor of film studies, delivered a talk titled "Thinking About Entertainment" to introduce first-year students to the workings of cinema as a cultural product. The one-hour session also served to inspire students to enroll in future film studies courses.
  22. Part 2: Carolyn Jessop "Flight and Fight: Escape from Polygamy"2008/11/05
    The former member of a fundamentalist polygamous sect offered details of and insights into her harrowing physical, emotional, and intellectual journey to freedom.
  23. Part 1: Carolyn Jessop Intro by Lois Brown2008/11/05
    The former member of a fundamentalist polygamous sect receives a warm welcome to a public forum Flight and Fight: Escape from Polygamysponsored by The Weissman Center for Leadership.
  24. Part 2: Kavita Ramdas '85 Visits MHC2008/11/05
    Kavita Ramdas '85, the 2008 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence, returns to Mount Holyoke College. with a public lecture, titled Gender Equity in a Global World: Who(se) Rules?
  25. Part 1: Kavita Ramdas '85 Visits MHC - Intro by Eva Paus2008/11/05
    Kavita Ramdas '85, the 2008 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence, returns to Mount Holyoke College. with a public lecture, titled Gender Equity in a Global World: Who(se) Rules?
  26. Part 2: Terry Tempest Williams Visits MHC2008/10/22
    Award-winning writer and naturalist Terry Tempest Williams spoke at Mount Holyoke about her new book, Finding Beauty in a Broken World, on Tuesday, October 21.
  27. Part 1: Terry Tempest Williams Visits MHC - Introduction by Sandra Postel2008/10/22
    Award-winning writer and naturalist Terry Tempest Williams spoke at Mount Holyoke about her new book, Finding Beauty in a Broken World, on Tuesday, October 21.
  28. Part 2: Carolyn Finney Visits MHC2008/10/22
    Geographer Carolyn Finney delivered a lecture titled "What's Race Got to Do with It?: Climate Change, Privilege, and Consciousness." Her talk, presented by the Mount Holyoke College Center for the Environment was Finney's talk, cosponsored by the Office of the Dean of the College, the Office of the Dean of Students, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
  29. Part 1: Carolyn Finney Visits MHC - Introduction by Sandra Postel2008/10/22
    Introduction to geographer Carolyn Finney at a recent lecture titled "What's Race Got to Do with It?: Climate Change, Privilege, and Consciousness." Presented by the Mount Holyoke College Center for the Environment, cosponsored by the Office of the Dean of the College, the Office of the Dean of Students, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
  30. Convocation 2008 - John Grayson2008/09/03
    John Grayson, Professor of Religion on the Alumnae Foundation spoke at Mount Holyoke's Convocation 2008.
  31. Convocation 2008 - President Joanne V. Creighton2008/09/03
    President Joanne V. Creighton spoke at Mount Holyoke's Convocation 2008.
  32. Convocation 2008 - Shelley Richard2008/09/03
    Shelley Richard, Cochair, Staff Council spoke at Mount Holyoke's Convocation 2008.
  33. Convocation 2008 - Erna Wilson FP'102008/09/03
    Erna Wilson FP'10,, President, Student Government Association spoke at Mount Holyoke's Convocation 2008.
  34. Carol Gilligan Delivers 171st Commencement Address2008/05/27
    The noted psychologist and author Carol Gilligan urged graduates to start "a new conversation about gender, one that transcends the old animosities and resists old categories."
  35. The Diversions perform Sweetest Goodbye2008/05/23
    Mount Holyoke's newest a cappella group, the Diversions, recorded their first CD titled Face Your Fears.
  36. Jazz Ensembles Perform The Big Broadcast! 20082008/04/30
    The Jazz Ensembles of Mount Holyoke College, under the direction of Mark Gionfriddo, presented their second annual 1940s radio variety show, The Big Broadcast! featuring popular tunes from the era.
  37. Jim Hightower at MHC2008/03/18
    Jim Hightower, a Texas native whom some regard as a “modern-day political Johnny Appleseed,” delivered a rousing lecture on populism, political action, and accountability as part of 2007-2008 Weissman Center series Bearing Witness .
  38. Naomi Tutu Visits MHC2008/02/29
    International human rights activist Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, delivered the first lecture in the Weissman Center's 2008-2009 series, Bearing Witness . Tutu shared her own life story with her observations on divisive society and the promise of communities working to protect and sustain the dignity of all people.
  39. Part 1: Focus the Nation Lunch Panel2008/02/29
    Danielle Connor FP '06, gave a talk during the Focus the Nation lunch panel.
  40. Part 2: Focus the Nation Panel Stewardship Panel2008/02/29
    Todd Holland, Energy Manager, gave a talk during the Focus the Nation Stewardship panel.
  41. Part 3: Focus the Nation Panel2008/02/29
    Jeremy King, Associate Professor of History, gave a talk during the Focus the Nation panel.
  42. Part 4: Focus the Nation Panel2008/02/29
    Corinne Demas, Professor of English, gave a talk during the Focus the Nation panel.
  43. Part 5: Focus the Nation Panel2008/02/29
    Persa Batra, Visiting Assistant Professor of Earth and Environment, gave a talk during the Focus the Nation panel.
  44. Emily Dickinson's Mount Holyoke2008/02/29
    Christopher Benfey, Mellon Professor of English, delivered a talk about poet Emily Dickinson for the First-Year Seminar Lecture Series.
  45. President Joanne Crieghton Gives Talk on Women's Education2008/02/29
    Mount Holyoke College President Joanne Creighton delivered a talk titled "The Role of Women's Colleges in Women's Education Worldwide" for the First-Year Seminar Lecture Series.
  46. Part 2: Jonathan Kozol: Letters to a Young Teacher (Audio Excerpt)2008/02/29
    Educator and writer Jonathan Kozol addressed a standing-room-only crowd as part of the Bearing Witness series, lamenting the desperate situation in our nation's public school system. He spoke on his latest book, Letters to a Young Teacher, about his relationship with a young first-grade teacher in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and her students.
  47. Part 1: Jonathan Kozol: Letters to a Young Teacher - Introduction by Lois Brown2008/02/29
    Educator and writer Jonathan Kozol addressed a standing-room-only crowd as part of the Bearing Witness series, lamenting the desperate situation in our nation's public school system. He spoke on his latest book, Letters to a Young Teacher, about his relationship with a young first-grade teacher in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and her students.
  48. Part 2: Rory Kennedy: The Camera Doesn't Lie: Social Change via Documentary Filmmaking2008/02/29
    Throughout 2007 – 2008, the Weissman Center for Leadership series Bearing Witness explored the issues of testimony, the politics of advocacy, and the multiple ways in which acts of witnessing enable, educate, and inspire us as individuals in this twenty-first century world.

    The fall lecture series featured documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy.
  49. Part 1: Rory Kennedy's "The Camera Doesn't Lie: Social Change via Documentary Filmmaking" - Introduction by Lois Brown2008/02/29
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  50. Part 2: Gerry Caplan: Genocide Prevention and the International Community: Fable of Our Time?2008/02/29
    Dr. Gerald Caplan gave a lecture titled "Genocide Prevention and the International Community: A Fable for Our Time?" on November 7.
  51. Part 1: Gerry Caplan: Genocide Prevention and the International Community: Fable of Our Time? - Introduction by Eva Paus2008/02/29
    Introdution by Eva Paus

    Gerry Caplan, senior consultant to the African Union and the United Nations, was MHC's 2007 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence November 6-8.
  52. Part 2: NYT's Gail Collins Visits MHC2008/02/29
    On the evening of November 5, Gail Collins, author, journalist, and first woman editor of the New York Times editorial page, delivered a talk titled "Observations on American Women's History, Politics, and the New York Times --from Jamestown to Hillary Clinton's Bid for the White House."
  53. Part 1: NYT's Gail Collins Visits MHC - Introduction by Elizabeth Taylor '792008/02/29
    On the evening of November 5, Gail Collins, author, journalist, and first woman editor of the New York Times editorial page, delivered a talk titled "Observations on American Women's History, Politics, and the New York Times --from Jamestown to Hillary Clinton's Bid for the White House."
  54. Part 2: Mehrangiz Kar: "With Determined Spirits": Activism and Contemporary Women's Rights in Iran2008/02/29
    Human rights activist, attorney, and educator Mehrangiz Kar delivered the first lecture in the Weissman Center's 2007-2008 series, Bearing Witness , Thursday, October 18. Kar shared her own evocative stories of advocacy and protest in and beyond Iran.
  55. Part 1: Mehrangiz Kar: "With Determined Spirits": Activism and Contemporary Women's Rights in Iran2008/02/29
    MHC's Lois Brown, director of The Weissman Center for Leadership and the Liberal Arts introduces Mehrangiz Kar in the Weissman Center's 2007-2008 series, Bearing Witness .
  56. Part 2: Tim Wise on Whiteness2008/02/29
    Speaking to an audience at Chapin Auditorium Monday night, author and activist Tim Wise discussed racism and manifestations of white privilege in a talk entitled "The Pathology of Privilege: Racism, White Denial, and the Costs of Inequality."
  57. Part I: Tim Wise on Whiteness - Intro by Elizabeth Braun2008/02/29
    Speaking to an audience at Chapin Auditorium Monday night, author and activist Tim Wise discussed racism and manifestations of white privilege in a talk entitled "The Pathology of Privilege: Racism, White Denial, and the Costs of Inequality."
  58. The Power of the Plate: Food, Politics, and Social Change2008/02/29
    Best-selling author Anna Lappé, cofounder of the Small Planet Institute, delivered an evening lecture on September 26, 2007.
  59. Anna Lappé's Lecture - Introduction by Sandra Postel2008/02/29
    MHC's Sandra Postel, the Leslie and Sarah Miller Director of the Center for the Environment provides the introduction speech to best-selling author Anna Lappé during her visit to the college on September 26.
  60. Susan Cheever Visits MHC2008/02/29
    The writer--and daughter of author John Cheever--served as the keynote speaker for ADAP's thirtieth anniversary celebration.
  61. Susan Cheever Visits MHC - Introduction by Lee Bowie2008/02/29
    The writer--and daughter of author John Cheever--served as the keynote speaker for ADAP's thirtieth anniversary celebration. Listen to the introduction by Lee Bowie, Dean of the College.
  62. MHC President Discusses Her Summer Travels2008/02/29
    This summer MHC President Joanne V. Creighton visited India and Italy on official College business. Hear Web news editor Sarah Curran Barrett interview the president about her travels.
  63. Convocation 2007 - Penny Gill2008/02/29
    Penny Gill, Mary Lyon Professor of Humanities and Professor of Politics delivers the keynote address.
  64. Convocation 2007 - President Joanne V. Creighton2008/02/29
    President Joanne V. Creighton spoke at Mount Holyoke's Convocation 2007.
  65. Convocation 2007 - Russell Boudreau2008/02/29
    Russell Boudreau, Staff Council Cochair spoke at Mount Holyoke's Convocation 2007.
  66. Convocation 2007 - Kathleen Adler '082008/02/29
    Kathleen B. Adler '08, President, Student Government Association spoke at Mount Holyoke's Convocation 2007.
  67. Wendy Kopp Commencement Address2008/02/29
    Teach for America founder and president Wendy Kopp spoke at Mount Holyoke's 170th commencement Sunday, May 27, 2007.
  68. Sara Richards '07 Commencement Address2008/02/29
    MHC senior Sara Richards addresses the audience at MHC's 170th commencement, Sunday, May 27.
  69. MHC Wins Glascock Poetry Contest2008/02/29
    MHC poet Sarah Twombly FP '07 triumphed in the Glascock poetry competition in a tie with Amherst College's Emma Gorenberg. Hear Twombly read her poem "Exsular."
  70. Feminism vs. Conservatism: The Great Debate2008/02/29
    Noted conservative activist and author Phyllis Schlafly gave a talk at Mount Holyoke College Thursday, April 26.
  71. Accomplished Novelist Dorothy Allison Visits MHC2008/02/29
    Dorothy Allison, winner of the 2007 Robert Penn Warren Award for fiction and author of several prizewinning books, gave a talk titled "Writers and Stories: Between the Imagination and the Page Is the World" April 18 in Gamble Auditorium.
  72. Irma Medina FP '04 Speaks Out on CBL2008/02/29
    At the tenth anniversary celebration of the Community-Based Learning Program March 30, Medina discusses how CBL helped deepen her MHC educational experience.
  73. Environmentalist Sandra Steingraber Visits MHC2008/02/29
    Ecologist, author, and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber gave a talk on the environmental links to cancer during a series celebrating Rachel Carson's life and work.
  74. Jazz Ensembles Perform The Big Broadcast!2008/02/29
    The Jazz Ensembles of Mount Holyoke College, under the direction of Mark Gionfriddo, presented their second annual 1940s radio variety show, The Big Broadcast! featuring popular tunes from the era.
  75. Kristin Henderson Addresses Issues of War2008/02/29
    The author, journalist, and military spouse known for her writings about military issues and military families shares her experiences during the Family Matters series.
  76. Part I: Welcome to An Evening w/Suzan-Lori Parks '85 at MHC2008/02/29
    The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks '85 was on campus March 4. Listen to MHC President Creighton's introduction.
  77. Part II: An Evening w/Suzan-Lori Parks '852008/02/29
    The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks '85 was on campus March 4. Listen to her talk about writing "365 Plays/365 Days."
  78. Part III: An Evening w/Suzan-Lori Parks '852008/02/29
    The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks '85 was on campus March 4. Listen to her talk about the fun of her new theatrical venture.
  79. Part IV: An Evening w/Suzan-Lori Parks '852008/02/29
    The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks '85 was on campus March 4. Listen to her talk about her experiences as a student at Mount Holyoke College.
  80. Distaff Discoveries: Women in Early Egyptology2008/02/29
    Catharine Roehrig curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Department of Egyptian Art talked about Amelia Edwards as part of MHC's Excavating Egypt: Great Discoveries from the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology.
  81. Jeanne White-Ginder Visits MHC2008/02/29
    Listen to the mother of Ryan White tell the compelling story of her family's journey during the early days of the AIDS epidemic to the Ryan White Care Act of 1991.
  82. Katherine Arnup on Marriage and Family2008/02/29
    Leading author and scholar Katherine Arnup presents historical background and unique perspectives on marriage and family during the first event of the Weismann Center's Spring 2007 series.
  83. Ann Hamilton Visits Mount Holyoke College2008/02/29
    Ann Hamilton, a visual artist hailed as one of America's most provocative contemporary installation artists, delivered the second lecture in the Weissman Center for Leadership and Liberal Arts's Leading Women in the Arts series February 12, 2007.
  84. Monique Harden, "Human Rights, Remedies for Environmental Racism"2008/02/29
    Attorney Monique Harden, codirector of Advocates for Environmental Human Rights (AEHR), spoke during MHC's Black History Month Keynote event on February 7, 2007.
  85. MHC Music Prof Releases New Jazz CD2008/02/29
    David Sanford, associate professor of music, can now add recording artist to his long list of accomplishments, which include a Guggenheim Fellowship and the Rome Prize.
  86. Jane Hammond '72 Interview with NPR2008/02/29
    When the new Hammond exhibit "Paper Work" was visiting Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Hammond took WFCR producer Tina Antolini on a tour of the collection.
  87. MHC Christmas Vespers 20062008/02/29
    What Child is This?
  88. Weissman Center Hosts Sudan Lecture2008/02/29
    Dr. Gloria White-Hammond, an international activist and pediatrician, gave a talk titled "Refugees, Rights, and Returns: Sudan and Beyond".
  89. McCulloch Center Panel: "Middle East as Global Challenge" Part 12008/02/29
    Welcome: "Middle East as Global Challenge" Presentation
  90. McCulloch Center Panel: "Middle East as Global Challenge" Part 22008/02/29
    Introduction to "Middle East as Global Challenge" Panel Presentation
  91. McCulloch Center Panel: "Middle East as Global Challenge" Part 32008/02/29
    "Middle East as Global Challenge" Presentation
  92. McCulloch Center Panel: "Middle East as Global Challenge" Part 42008/02/29
    "Middle East as Global Challenge" Presentation
  93. McCulloch Center Panel: "Middle East as Global Challenge" Part 52008/02/29
    "Middle East as Global Challenge" Presentation
  94. MHC's Viereck Memorial Symposium2008/02/29
    Joseph Ellis, MHC Professor of History on the Ford Foundation, pays tribute to Peter Viereck at a memorial symposium honoring Viereck's life and work.
  95. Dr. Guy Standing Presents "Work and Labor" The Global Transformation"2008/02/29
    Listen to Dr. Guy Standing, 2006 MHC Global Scholar-in-Residence, discuss critical issues of globalization, work, and labor in the twenty-first century.
  96. MHC's Virginia Apgar Featured in Sept. 28 Talk2008/02/29
    Hear Marion Hunt, primary consultant for the Changing the Face of Medicine exhibition, discuss how this pioneering physician changed "the culture of the delivery room."
  97. Harvard Med School Dean Discusses Diversity2008/02/29
    Listen to Dr. Joan Reede, the first African American woman dean at Harvard Medical School, in her talk titled "Making a Difference." Reede's lecture, which she delivered September 21, is part of the Changing Face of Medicine exhibition series.
  98. Author Tracy Kidder Discusses Dr. Paul Farmer2008/02/29
    Tracy Kidder discusses his book Mountains Beyond Mountains, the common reading for the class of 2010.
  99. Student Convocation Address2008/02/29
    Jo Jensen '07 Student Convocation Address
  100. Dean of Students Liz Braun Discusses Orientation 20062008/02/29
    Dean of students Liz Braun discusses the challenges and opportunities that more than 600 new students will encounter as they begin their journey at MHC over Labor Day weekend.
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