Mount Holyoke News is an independent student newspaper since 1917, written by and for Mount Holyoke College students. It is a weekly publication that prints throughout the academic year and is distributed to the Mount Holyoke community.
Subscriptions can be purchased for $100/year or $55/semester. All checks must be made out to Mount Holyoke College. Questions or concerns can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send cash or check, mailing address and email to:
Mount Holyoke College
Mount Holyoke News
#9007 Blanchard Campus Center
50 College St., South Hadley, MA 01075
MHN offers print advertising. Interest in advertising can be directed to email@example.com for pricing and deadlines.
MHN reserves the right to refuse submissions on the basis of, but not limited to, advertisements considered to be libelous, obscene, defamatory, or discriminatory.
Editor-in-Chief: Caitlin Lynch '20
Publisher: Lyuba Popadic '19
Managing Editor of Content: Kate Turner '21
Managing Editor of Layout: Casey Linenberg '19
Managing Editor of Web: Savannah Harriman-Pote '20
Copy Chief: Nadia Babar '19
Business Manager: Zoe Zeligman '19
News: Abby Baker ’19, Allyson Huntoon ’19, Anna Shortridge ’19, Lily Reavis ’21
Features: Madeline Fitzgerald ’21
Op-Ed: Olivia Marble ’21 & Mimi Huckins ’21
Books: Kate Flaherty ’19
Global: Gabby Raymond ’20 & Casey Roepke ’21
Heath & Science: Cheyenne Ellis ’21
Arts & Entertainment: Ahlia Dunn ’20 & Emma Martin ’20
Sports: Kari Fossum ’21
Content Editor for Visibility: Teagan Webb ’19
Photos: Izzy Burgess ’19 & Flannery Langton ’22
Graphics: Natalie Kulak ’21 & Kinsey Ratzman ’21
Copy Editors: Maddy Ritter ’20, Thea Burke ’20, Sam Hersh ’19, Emma Cooper '20,
Sabryna Coppola ’22, Kelsey Thomas ’21, Molly Kleinman ’21, Lily Cao ’21
Layout Assistants: Yeji Seo ’20, Rose Sheehan ’22, Yasmin Andrews ’22
Mount Holyoke News does not endorse any of the opinions or views expressed within the pages of the paper, excluding staff editorials.
All content copyright of Mount Holyoke News. All rights reserved. Mount Holyoke News does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or age.