This academic year, MCLA students are interacting with and contributing to a Berkshire Cultural Resource Center exhibit that sheds light on U.S. border policy and the casualties to which it contributes.
MCLA's Environmental Studies students are venturing outside more than ever this year. A new partnership with the College's Environmental Studies Department and the City of North Adams has allowed the department to reserve the pavilion at Windsor Lake, just up the road from campus, for multiple Environmental Studies classes
This academic year, Assistant Professor of English Victoria Papa will have the opportunity to delve deep into her scholarly research via a fellowship at the Brandeis University Women's Studies Research Center.
A professional arts manager, Alliey Pevay '16 is guest services associate and associate digital content editor at the Berkshire Museum, enhancing visitors’ experiences and producing educational and promotional content.
As Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing (BSM) in Lee, Mass., has grown, many MCLA alumni have grown there, too.
MCLA's first radiologic technology graduates have worked hard to get to this point, facing the closure of Southern Vermont College, which originally housed their program before MCLA became the school's official teach-out partner, and then a pandemic that caused MCLA's spring semester to move to a remote format. Still, the program earned a 91% pass rate on its board exams this year.
Since 2018, the Berkshire Regional Arts Integration Network (BRAINworks) has offered free in-person professional development for local educators, focusing on integrating the arts into their curriculums. But when all schools, public and private, went virtual this year, BRAINworks' programming became even more crucial.
Emily Sienkiewicz '21 has loved the Library of Congress since she visited it during a trip to Washington, D.C. when she was 13. This summer, though she's not there in person, she's contributing as a Junior Fellow to the Library's important work.
Two MCLA students, Amanda Bortman and Max Martel, are interning for Berkshire County Arc this summer, using their communications skills to help tell the stories of BCArc’s staff.
If you were to read a popular press book about the state of youth sports, you would think the situation needed immediate attention. According to some recent tomes, youth sports are in a crisis and parents are partly to blame. Their rude, aggressive, and overbearing antics are allegedly making the sports field a dangerous place for kids to be and the fear is that this might stop other parents and children from signing up to play.