Need a spring haircut? Get one that makes a difference! All money raised is donated to Locks of Love!
Date & Time: Friday, April 26 10AM-4PM
Location: Skinner Green
Get your hair cut and styled for $10 by hairdressers from the “Jolie Hair and Beauty Academy”.
Haircut is FREE if donating 6+ inches of hair
For more information or to make an appointment, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Appointments preferred, but walk-ins are absolutely welcome!
CAUSE is sponsoring the MHC Bone Marrow Registration Drive for Delete Blood Cancer – DKMS, part of the National Marrow Donor Program. Delete Blood Cancer DKMS leads the fight to delete blood cancer by empowering people to take action, donate bone marrow and save lives. With over 3 million registered bone marrow donors worldwide, Delete Blood Cancer DKMS is the largest bone marrow donor center in the world. This is your chance to save a life! Get Swabbed! Be the match!
Dates and Times: Thursday, April 18: 11-2pm and 5-8pm & Friday, April 19: 11-5pm
Location: Blanchard Student Center, Room 108
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Come cheer on your fellow students and favorite professors at Hoops for Human Rights! You’re guaranteed a nail-biter of a match on March 1st at 5:30pm at the Kendall Gymnasium.
Hoops for Human Rights is a friendly basketball game featuring Mount Holyoke’s varsity basketball team pitted against our faculty basketball team. At half-time, there will be a one-on-one mini “match” between a faculty or staff member of your choice and a student. All proceeds from admission will benefit Courtney’s House, a center based in Washington DC for survivors of domestic minor sex trafficking.
Too Close to Home: Human Trafficking in the United States is an event that has been organized by MHC students and members of the C.A.U.S.E board to help spread awareness about this complex human right issue facing not only different parts of the globe, but also within our own communities in the United States.
The event will feature a panel of distinguished experts who will address the issue of human trafficking in the United States, focusing on why this is a domestic issue that needs urgent attention, and addressing ways in which it can be understood and confronted. Panelists include Tina Frundt, sex-trafficking survivor, activist, CNN hero and founder of Courtney’s House in Washington DC; Eric Goodwin, graduate student and former member of Human Trafficking Students, Lt. Heseltine, a Massachusetts state trooper and member of the Anti Human-Trafficking Task Force; Cassie Lee-Miller, who works as a Human Trafficking Case Management Coordinator for Lutheran Social Services in Worcester; and Prof. Carrie Baker from Smith College.
The event will be held on Thursday, February 21 from 7:30-9:30 in Hooker Auditorium. The panel discussion is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible. For more information, please contact Lauren at email@example.com
Did you know that 39% of the homeless population is young people under the age of 18? Have a pair of jeans you don’t wear too often? “Do Something” – a CAUSE project – is hosting a jeans drive to aid the house-less teen community. Please donate your lightly worn jeans! There are collection bins in each of the dorm common rooms. The drive will run from February 3-23. If you have any questions, email Uzma at firstname.lastname@example.org.