Mount Holyoke Student and Alumni Marchers at NYC Pride March

Join members of the College community to celebrate gay pride side by side in NYC. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends are invited to represent Mount Holyoke College at the New York City Pride March.

Here’s a chance to reunite with your MHC friends and classmates for a summer weekend getaway in the city that never sleeps on the most colorful weekend of the year. Year after year, friends of MHC cheer along the sidewalks of Manhattan. Now we can celebrate as we make our way down 5th Avenue to the historic West Village with true MHC Lyon’s pride.

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Midtown Manhattan (exact line-up location will be given the week of the march)

Please sign up to march or support by registering on our Eventbrite page. All details will be sent via email to those who are registered.

This event is sponsored by the Mount Holyoke College Office of Student Programs and Dean of Students.

MHC Lynk and Summer Intern Welcome Reception

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Help us welcome this year’s summer interns to New York City at a special networking reception with keynote speaker Elizabeth (Bess) Weatherman ’82, a partner at Warburg Pincus, a global equity firm, where she leads investment activities in the healthcare sector.

Tuesday, June 21
6:30-8:30pm

Warburg Pincus LLC
450 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10017

This event is cosponsored by the Career Development Center, the Weissman Center for Leadership, the Office of Advancement, and the Alumnae Association. 

REGISTER HERE

 

 

2nd Annual Pub Tour (East Village edition)

Join us  on Friday, June 17, as seasoned pub crawl veteran and otherwise responsible mother/singer Abigail Wolff ’82 leads us to hourly locations in the East Village. Join any time, leave any time.

Open to you, your partner, spouse, friends
ALL ages 21+

No reservations. Come for part or all of it. Meet at the first stop, or find us along the route.

Only cost is what you consume – you order, you pay, you drink. Or not – no minimum!

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Total walking time = 24 minutes
Longest walk = 7 minutes

STOP 1: 6pm – Jimmy’s 43
43 E. 7th St. (between 2nd & 3rd Aves.)
Jimmy is a lovely, welcoming proprietor, and a darn good chef to boot. Come on down the “rabbit hole” and enjoy the intimate rooms in this one-of-a-kind gastro-pub. We may be in the back room.
Serves food. PLEASE NOTE: Jimmy accepts Cash or AmEx ONLY.

STOP 2: 7pm – Augurs Well
115 St. Mark’s Place (between 1st Ave. & Ave. A)
I do appreciate a play on words. A friend told me about his bar, and we love its intimate space — the open front is inviting.
Serves food – I hear the sliders are great. Accepts credit cards.

STOP 3: 8pm – ABC Beer
96 Ave. C (between 6th & 7th Sts.)
With a craft beer shop in front and a hangout in back, what else do you need? This spot stole my heart. If you really can’t tolerate beer, directly next door is the sleek little “Lois” (98 Ave. C), where you can get 16 wines on tap (and one beer and one cider). Pick either spot, and we’ll all move on together afterward.
Both serve food and accept credit cards.

STOP 4: 9pm – IIIrd Man
116 Ave. C (between 7th & 8th Sts.)
Chill bar with unique, outdoor booths in front. Good cocktails, wine, and 8 interesting beers from Germany, Mexico, USA (no draft).
Serves Austrian food from ‘Edi & the Wolf’ next door. Accepts credit cards.

STOP 5: 10pm – Grape & Grain
620 E. 6th St. (between Aves. B & C)
A small, lovely haven of a bar with candles, chandeliers, and a clean design. When the main room is full, they open up the small bar next door, so look for us in either place. Beer/wine only.
Serves food (small plates). Accepts credit cards.

STOP 6: 11pm – EVS (East Village Social)
126 St. Mark’s Place (between 1st Ave. & Ave. A)
Yes, we’ve looped back across the street from Stop #2 (Augurs Well). EVS is a cozy, casual spot for the end of the night. Full bar.
Serves sandwiches and appetizers until 4am. Accepts credit cards.

Past Event: 2016 Annual Meeting

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The Annual Meeting is an opportunity to recap the past year, vote in next year’s Board of Directors, and celebrate our NYC alumnae.

This year we are honored to welcome as our guest speaker Nancy Bellows Perez ’76, interim executive director of the Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Association. Nancy will discuss the Association’s recent strategic planning process and more.

Learn more about Nancy.

Wine, beer, and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.

When: Tuesday, June 14, 6:30-9:00pm

Where: Robert Half

125 Park Avenue (Park Ave & 42nd St), 3rd floor

Cost: The event is FREE with current (2015-16) MHC-NYC membership or payment of 2016-17 membership dues. Payment will be accepted on-site (cash or check only). Sign up or renew your membership online.

Non-members and guests: $50

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. RSVP to mountholyokeclubofnyc@gmail.com

Additional Details: Though the address is on Park Avenue, the main entrance is on 42nd St, between TD Bank and Cipriani, directly across from Grand Central. Please bring some form of Government issued photo ID in order to clear security in the building lobby.

Past Event: SOLD OUT! Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Performance and Backstage Tour – December 13

Get in the holiday spirit by treating yourself to an afternoon of dazzling dance and great company. We’ll enjoy the popular All Ailey program, featuring four iconic works choreographed by Mr. Ailey including the tour-de-force solo Cry – dedicated “to all Black women everywhere, especially our mothers” – and the joyous masterpiece, Revelations.

Following the performance we’ll go backstage to meet a dancer and glimpse the inner-workings of the production.

Date: Sunday, December 13, 2015
Location: New York City Center – New York City Center – 131 W. 55th St. (between 6th & 7th Avenues)
Time: 3:00 p.m.

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This event has sold out.

If you are still interested in attending, email MHC-NYC at mountholyokeclubofnyc@gmail.com.