Reaching Undergraduates beyond our Campus
MCLA's reach extended to Missouri over the spring semester as anthropology professor Dr. Sumi Colligan mentored a Truman State University student in Kirksville, Mo., through a grant from the Teagle Foundation.
Becoming a Leader
Since she was in the sixth grade, Lindsay Green '13 has wanted to be an English teacher. With her graduation this Saturday, she is nearing the realization of that goal.
MCLA Offers Summer Course to Area Teachers on Regional Influences
For the 10th year, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) will offer a course to Berkshire County and northwestern Connecticut middle and high school teachers on the historical, industrial, cultural and environmental influences of the region.
MCLA Announces Documentary Filmaking Course
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) and the Berkshire Film and Media Commission of Western Massachusetts have announced an introductory documentary filmmaking course taught by Richard Sands, a director of photography whose cinema production work includes work with directors such as Steven Spielberg and Francis Ford Coppola.
MCLA's TechFest to Feature edZ Research Director
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) will hold its annual TechFest, featuring a keynote address to be delivered by Rebecca Petersen, research director at edX, a massive, open, online course (MOOC) platform founded by MIT and Harvard University to offer online university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines to a worldwide audience at no charge.
Tremblay, Shabazz nab top honors at Athletics Banquet
The MCLA Athletics department held their annual end of the year banquet Tuesday, May 7.
Giving Back to the Beacon
Nearly three years after her MCLA graduation, Kaitlyn Bonneville '10 returned to the Beacon newsroom to share what she's learned.
Leaving a Legacy
A member of the Class of 2013, Juwonni Cottle of Boston, Mass., made his mark on campus in a way that not only brought joy to others; it helped him to determine his future career path.
Inspiring the Next Generation of Artists
Poised to graduate with her Bachelor of Arts degree in art this month, Carrie Converse '13 of Pittsfield, Mass., plans to teach art to children.
'Ultimate Lifetime Experience'
Eight students recently discovered Japan's intricate blend of ancient traditions and cutting-edge modernity as they traveled to Kyoto, Hiroshima, Kanazawa and Tokyo.
MCLA's Pam Class to Present 'Day Into Night'
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) has announced its Fourth Annual Performing Arts Management (PAM) show, "Day into Night," will take place on Sunday, May 5, from 3-10 p.m.
Yvonne Spicer to Speak at STEM Summit, Region 1 Science & Engineering Fair at MCLA
Yvonne M. Spicer, Ed.D., vice president of Advocacy and Educational Partnerships at the National Center for Technological Literacy at the Museum of Science in Boston, will be the keynote speaker at this year's Region 1 Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair to be held at the College from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 27 in MCLA's Amsler Campus Center gymnasium.
Students Explore Spain
Seventeen students took in the beauty of Spain as they traveled over the spring break with Dr. Graziana Ramsden to Barcelona and Madrid. Part of a travel course to Spain, the trip allowed Ramsden's students to see firsthand what they'd been studying.
A Look at the Future
Revitalization takes innovation, and that's exactly what the Eagle Street Project will showcase on Saturday, April 27 in downtown North Adams. The project, led by two MCLA students, Felipe Aedo '13 and Richie Doucette '13, will transform Eagle Street through art, fresh paint, landscaping and pop-up stores.
Preparing the Next Generation
Skyla Seamans '13 and Carrisa Sacherski '15 are teaching local girls to how to negotiate - skill they will use throughout their lives.