MCLA Recognizes Employee Milestones in 'Giving Thanks' Event
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) honored 19 employees for their years of service to the College and named this year's recipients of the "Faculty Research Award," the "Creative Project Award" and the "Curriculum Project Award" at the annual Giving Thanks reception on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Science major makes room for music
MCLA makes it easy for Mikaelle Olivier '15 to get an education in science while allowing her to enjoy and explore her love of music through a variety of clubs and activities.
Berkshire County students enjoy living on campus
Nearly 100 MCLA students from nearby towns such as Adams, Pittsfield - and even North Adams - don't live at home - they reside on the MCLA campus.
Third Graders to Visit MCLA on Wednesday, Dec. 4
Once again, third graders will visit Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) to learn about what it's like to attend college as students from Clarksburg, Sullivan, Brayton and Greylock elementary schools spend the morning learning what the campus - and higher education - has to offer them on Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Sweetback Sisters Return for a Honky Tonk Sing-Along
Back for their second appearance in North Adams, The Sweetback Sisters will help Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) and the greater community ring in the holidays with their honky tonk music, set to some holiday favorites on Thursday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the MCLA Church Street Center's Eleanor Furst Roberts Auditorium.
Student selected for 'Century America' project
Alisia True '14 will join nine other students from COPLAC- member campuses to discover what their colleges were like 100 years ago as Europe entered the Great War.
Service provides life lessons
Over the past five academic years, MCLA students have put in more than 90,000 hours of volunteer service to the campus and the greater North Adams community.
Branch Gallery to Present Student/Alumni Exhibition
The Branch Gallery, in cooperation with Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' (MCLA) Berkshire Cultural Resource Center (BCRC), will showcase the artwork of MCLA students and alumni in the upcoming 2013 Student/Alumni Exhibition, beginning on Thursday, Dec. 5, in the 18 Holden St. gallery.
MCLA's Annual Art Sale: '99 and Nine: We Are Mused!'
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' (MCLA) Gallery 51 will present its annual affordable art show beginning on Thursday, Dec. 5, which will feature artwork in a range of styles and mediums from local and national artists. All pieces are priced to sell from 99 cents to $99.99.
MCLA to Hold Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Benefit Concert This Saturday
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' (MCLA) Society of Music will host the Second Annual Hunger and Homelessness Benefit Concert at the Eleanor Furst Roberts Auditorium in the MCLA Church Street Center on Saturday, Nov. 23, 7-9:30 p.m.
Freshman scores remarkable soccer season
She's still in her first semester at MCLA, but already Natalie Caney '17 of Belchertown, Mass., has made a big impact on the campus as she burst onto the Trailblazers' soccer field.
MCLA Announces New Gallery 51 Manager
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' (MCLA) Gallery 51 has announced that local artist Julia Morgan-Leamon is the gallery's new manager. An adjunct art teacher for Williams College and IS183, Morgan-Leamon is working with MCLA students on the gallery's next show, "99 and NINE: We are Mused," to open on Thursday, Dec. 5.
Cross-country runner, commuter student finds success at MCLA
What does a Trailblazers cross-country runner do when she visits Ireland with her MCLA travel study course? Take part in a local 5K road race, of course!
MCLA to Host Open House Event
MCLA will present the final Admissions Open House of the fall this Saturday, Nov. 23. The event is open to all prospective MCLA students who are interested in exploring admission to MCLA's undergraduate and graduate programs.
Alum wins MIT, Boston Children's Hospital competition
A software engineer at Arcadia Solutions, Max Eve '13 recently collaborated with two co-workers to win a new competition sponsored by Massachusetts (MIT) and Boston Children's Hospital, "Hacking Pediatrics."