In September, MCLA adjunct professor John Fries completed the Berlin Marathon - one of the largest races in the world. Fries works in the College's Business Department and also serves as a Career Law Clerk for a federal court in Connecticut.
MCLA students and faculty are gearing up for another year of travel courses and studying abroad.
While some recent college graduates move home, apply for jobs or continue their education, MCLA alumnus Sienna Paulsen '21 flew south for the birds.
The American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) has announced MCLA Alum Darsa Donelan ‘09 as the Doc Brown Futures Award recipient.
The MCLA Environmental Studies Department was awarded $250,000 this summer through the Skills Capital Grant Program under the Baker-Polito Administration to benefit vocational and technical training programs.
During a summer as a research fellow at Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Victoria Papa, Ph.D., found herself immersed in the archives of modernist authors.
MCLA alum and Berkshire County Head Start Executive Director Brett Westbrook was selected to be one of the 2022 Commonwealth Heroines by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women last month.
Through MCLA’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in partnership with Habitat for Humanity and the IRS, Business Administration students have saved residents upwards of $250,000 in returns this year. The program offers free tax preparation services to local residents in need.
Earlier this week MCLA hosted Mark Shuldiner — a keyboardist in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 2013 — so that he could practice for his concerto at Staunton Music Festival. Shuldiner and his financé Molly Netter came to North Adams for her performance in the Bang on a Can Festival at MASS MoCA.
Odiase Williamson '22 has been chosen as MCLA's "29 Who Shine" Award recipient, given annually by the Massachusetts Department of Education to outstanding students from colleges across the Commonwealth.