Roberto Marquez

Professor of Latin American & Carribean Studies at Mount Holyoke College

Roberto Marquez

Roberto Marquez

Professor of Latin American & Carribean Studies at Mount Holyoke College

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Roberto Marquez
Professor of Latin American & Carribean Studies at Mount Holyoke College
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Professor of Latin American & Carribean Studies
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In 1837, Mary Lyon did the unthinkable. She founded the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, which later became Mount Holyoke College — the first of the Seven Sisters. Radical moves for a woman wearing a bonnet. In doing so, she forever changed the landscape of higher education — not just for women in South Hadley, Massachusetts, but for women around the world. She built a place where women could develop their intellects, hone the power of their voices and cultivate courage. These days, change is all around us, happening at a pace too fast to measure. And while Mary Lyon couldn’t have foreseen a digitally connected world, she did understand that a woman would need to be agile, creative and brave to live the life she wanted. Her vision still drives Mount Holyoke.

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