MCLA Presents! Announces 2015-2016 Season
MCLA's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center (BCRC) announces the 2015-16 MCLA Presents! season, beginning on Saturday, Sept. 12, featuring contemporary dance, improvisational theater and music from around the globe.
Joy Reid, Hardman Lecture Series
MSNBC National Correspondent Joy Reid will deliver Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ (MCLA) Hardman Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 7 p.m. This lecture event, “The Role of Journalism of Affirmation in the Social Media Era,” is free and open to the public.
Senior Serves Internship Behind the Scenes at MoCA
At her MASS MoCA internship, Kathleen Sansone ’16 served in many positions. She worked at large-scale music festivals and on small-scale residencies, provided hospitality to artists and gave public tours of the museum. But the best part of her experience was the opportunity to work directly with the Grammy Award- winning band Wilco during the Solid Sound music festival this past summer. ...Read More
Sociology Grad Creates Change in Boston
One of 25 to be selected from 250 applicants, Giselle Sabido ’15 works as a development and membership fellow for the Episcopal Service Corps’ Life Together Program in the Boston, Mass., neighborhood of Roxbury. It’s a position she’s well prepared for from her four years at MCLA. ...Read More
The Board of Trustees of MCLA invites nominations and expressions of interest for the position of President. The President will be a champion for the liberal arts and for public higher education, an advocate for the College at the local and state levels, and will continue to further MCLA’s place in national conversations about higher education and the value of the liberal arts. ...Read More