Sexual Assault

Five Colleges respond to recent campus sexual assaults

BY LIZ LEWIS ’22

Former Mount Holyoke staff member Sean Mulveyhill, according to a Boston Globe article published on April 11, is facing allegations of sexual assault against a Mount Holyoke student.  He was fired from his position in Dining Services on March 22 after being placed on administrative leave for several weeks. 

Community grapples with accounts of sexual assault

Community grapples with accounts of sexual assault

BY LILY REAVIS ’21

Content warning: this article references sexual assault.

This is a developing story and the Mount Holyoke News recognizes that the following topic is sensitive. Updates will be available in following print editions and on the Mount Holyoke News website as more information becomes available. — The Mount Holyoke News Executive Board

Alumna accuses professor in national #MeToo article

Alumna accuses professor in national #MeToo article

BY LILY REAVIS ’21

Content warning: this article references sexual assault.

On Oct. 13, the Associated Press (AP) published a story featuring a Mount Holyoke alumna’s account of an assault by a professor while she was a student at the College. Ruth D’Eredita ’84 said that she sent a letter to the College in October 2017 detailing the assault.