oh mount holyoke we pay thee tuition's Journal
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
My website's electronic postcard function was not working for a while, but I recently got it working again, and better than before.
Give it a try!
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Hi! My name's Meredith Noll. I'm going to be starting at Mount Holyoke this fall. Anybody have any advice for a freshman?
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Sunday April 18th, 2010 1:00 PM (reg begins at noon)
Entry Fee for this event will be $25.00
Worlds Apart Games
48 N Pleasant st Amherst MA
(downtown bellow the new Papa Ginos)
The format for this event is a Sealed Tournament with Swiss Pairings. Each player will build their decks from 6 packs of Rise of the Eldrazi, adding as much basic land as they wish, with a minimum deck size of 40 cards. We will have basic land on site that may be borrowed for this event, just please make sure that you return any borrowed lands by the end of the event.
Attendees receive a free Promo Foil Eldrazi Card (while supplies last)!
Rise of the Eldrazi packs based on attendance which will be split among the top placers (based on attendance).
We also hand out random door prizes throughout the tournament. These often include playmats.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Is anybody still on MHC's LJ still at MHC, haha?
I'm wondering if anyone on campus would be able to drive me to Bradley on Dec 22nd. I'd like to get to the airport around 9 AM, so we'd have to leave here between 7:30 and 8 AM depending on road conditions. I'll pay you $20! INSTANT HANDSOME MONEY
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Hello Mohos! I know this is a bit of a stretch, but did any of you attend the Yue Opera event a few weeks ago in Chapin? I am looking for a list of which operas she performed songs from, specifically the name of the last piece where the girl was dressing as a guy and trying to hint that she was a girl to this really oblivious guy. I've tried searching the website, but everything says "five traditional Chinese operas" and doesn't say which five traditional Chinese operas. If you could please help me out with this, I'd really appreciate it.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Hey fellow Mohos, I'm an MHC alum who graduated back in '08, and I have a family friend who has a bit of a problem. She is taking the GRE test Saturday, November 7th at Mount Holyoke at 8 AM, but lives two hours away and needs a place to crash. Unfortunately the last of my MHC friends graduated this year, and I don't really know anyone who goes there now who could put her up. Would you or anyone you know be willing to let her spend a night in their room?
Of course, I'm willing to return the favor, if anyone ever needs a place to crash in Cambridge let me know.
Thanks in advance!
Saturday, September 19, 2009
When: This Saturday (September 19th) at Midnight.
Where: South Hadley Tower Theaters (Across the street from Mt Holyoke)
What: Rocky Horror Picture Show Back to School/Pirate Night --- Catholic school girls meets pirates (why not)
Tickets are only $3 and crap kits (full of everything you need to throw, blow, or put over your head) are FREE to all.
Come out and celibate talk like a pirate day in style.
Bring your friends and watch them squirm at the debauchery! -- A great time for all!
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Magic 2010 Prerelease Sealed Deck Tournament
Worlds Apart Games
48 N. Pleasant St (Down town Amherst between the ABC and the fire station)
Amherst, MA 01002
When: Sunday, July 12th 1pm
What: Sealed deck tournament with prizes
Entry Fee for this event will be $25.00
The format for this event is a Swiss Rounds Sealed Deck using Boosters of Magic 2010. Each player will build their decks from their boosters adding as much basic land as they wish, to construct a deck of at least 40 cards. We will have basic land on site that may be borrowed for this event, just please make sure that you return any land that you borrow.
For this event, we have the following up for grabs....
The first 24 attendees receive a free receive mythic foil promo card Vampire Nocturnus!
Magic 2010 Packs based on attendance (3 packs per entry!). 90% of the Prize pool will be split among the top placers (Based on attendance).
The remaining 10% of the prize pool will be given out as random door prizes throughout the tournament. Playmats and other merchandise will also be given out as door prizes and to the top placer(s).Open Dueling -
Players who are new to the game may want to join in the festivities without being in a tournament. That Cool! There is open dueling all Sunday with brand new intro packs,and booster draft sets. Plus, a promo card will be awarded if you fill out your open dueling card!!! (While supplies last)
Friday, June 26, 2009
The much awaited Worlds Apart Games Board Game League has begun. Participation is free, and players have the chance to win a portion of $100 in prizes to the store!
The League is will run through Sunday, August 16th when we shall wrap up with a final tournament!
You may join at any time, but the sooner you start, the sooner you can start earning league points.
Don't worry if you are not very experienced with board games. You get points for every game you play, so you can make up for a lack of practice with enthusiasm and tenacity.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Yesterday, the person who maintains the Mount Holyoke College Twitter feed put a link to this photograph on my website, and asked which building was in the background. (It's a photo from May Day in 1921.)
Within 15 minutes, I had three email messages identifying the building, and within an hour had four more, plus a query about putting it up on a Facebook page with a link to my website. The power of Twitter! I was delighted to get all the email about it. It turns out that someone in the Communications Office at MHC maintains the Twitter feed, and she wants to tweet about other items on my website in the future. Yay!
It inspired me to update the mystery photo and the featured photo on my website this morning. I have great intentions of changing them once a week, but it usually is longer than that.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Can anyone tell me what the singles in 1837 look like? Or better yet, does anybody have some generic pictures of them? (I'm so thrilled to have gotten a single that I don't even care about the negative aspects of 18.)
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Just curious if anyone else is all of a sudden getting loads of mystery-shopper or regional-representative-needed spam in their MHC email inboxes. I got 3 today, 6 yesterday, and 1 the day before.
I forward my mhc email to my gmail account, and usually gmail's spam filter is good at picking this stuff out... all of a sudden it's failing :( I'm tempted to just turn off the forwarding because this is starting to bother me.
Friday, May 1, 2009
As an alum who feels terribly out of the loop, I was wondering if folks could shed some light on recent protests on campus. I ask after seeing this pic -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/mhc/3486295812/ on the mhc flickr page.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Saturday, April 4, 2009
Thursday, April 2, 2009
I was admitted to both Mount Holyoke and Smith, and am going through the very tough process of deciding between them. I'm leaning towards Mount Holyoke at the moment, but I've been going back and forth between them.
Can you guys give me any insight? Maybe on whats best/worst about them or differences to keep in mind about both? Anything would help!
ETA: I've chosen Mount Holyoke :). Thank you all so much!
Thursday, March 26, 2009
I was admitted ED, and am very very excited. I'm counting down the days :| unfortunately there are a lot of them left.
I made a community for my class: mhc2013. anybody else lurking here who was recently admitted? or anybody have advice for what to bring/what I should be doing at this point in time to prepare?
Friday, March 13, 2009
Could anybody tell me what Beginning Riding is like? I've ridden before, but it was a long time ago (like 5th grade) and I was thinking it might be fun to start again for the PE requirement, but I don't know anybody who's taken it before. Any general information would be great. Thanks!
Monday, February 2, 2009
Hi, I'm a first year student at MoHo and have been planning out how to fulfill all of the distribution requirements.
I've always wanted to learn Irish Gaelic and thought that since I HAVE to take a language, I might as well learn something that I'm actually interested in.
So my question: does anyone know if a Gaelic class is taught anywhere in the 5 colleges? I've tried looking at the 5 college course catalog but that site confuses the heck out of me.
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
If anyone is taking a class in the 5 college area, I need a
ride from MHC to Amherst College every weekday for a class.
I need to get to Amherst by 1pm every weekday, and back to
Mount Holyoke by 3:30pm. Anyone? Will pay for gas. Thank
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