Alum Elizabeth Taylor ’79 writes of her experience at this year’s past reunion festivities. She speaks of her time at Mount Holyoke in retrospect and dispenses some wisdom.
Dear MHC Community:
I am Patrice Crevier, the former manager of the Rao’s cafe in the Williston Library at MHC. I fully support every person’s right to peaceful freedom of individuality, in whatever context that may be, but I also expect that, in any situation, presentations be true.
To the Editor:
College is supposed to be a time to learn and grow as a young adult into a fully contributing member of society. However, at Mount Holyoke today it seems to have become an environment where students who are longing for a fantasy pretend the world is black and white.
What follows below are the comprehensive demands of student workers. Approximately 170 students have been involved in the process of writing, editing and supporting these demands. The first draft of these demands was written by a group of student workers sharing our stories, grievances and hopes for the future.