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Women in Hip Hop

This is a continuation of the music page from our print edition — read more about some incredible women in Hip Hop and R&B and listen to samples of their powerful music:   NONAME  Fatimah Warner, 26, is a poetic genius. Penning the name

PROFiles: Professor Liz Orwin

As part of our alumni professor feature series, Alma Mudders, we interviewed HMC engineering professor Liz Orwin ’95 Professor Orwin, whom most of us know as the professor of engineering who specializes in biomedical engineering, is actually a Mudd alumna who has brought her passion

PROFiles: Professor Mary Van Vleet

As part of our alumni professor feature series, Alma Mudders, we interviewed HMC chemistry professor Mary Van Vleet ’12. Q: Which dorm(s) did you live in? A: Atwood for two years, as a freshman and a junior, and Case for two years, as a sophomore

PROFiles: Professor Darryl Yong

As part of our alumni professor feature series, Alma Mudders, we interviewed HMC mathematics professor Darryl Yong ’96. Q: Which dorm(s) did you live in? A: Case Q: Did the Muddraker exist when you were a student here?  A: Nope! Q: What were your extracurriculars

Short History of Computer Science at HMC

Today, Computer Science is the second most popular major at Harvey Mudd College, boasting graduating classes of almost 80 students in fields that also include Math and Computational- Biology. These graduates go on to work for tech giants like Microsoft, Google, LinkedIn and Amazon and

PROFiles: Professor Jerry Van Hecke

As part of our alumni professor feature series, Alma Mudders, we interviewed HMC chemistry professor Jerry Van Hecke ’61. Q: Which dorm(s) did you live in? A: I lived in North for two years and East for two years. In 1957, televisions hadn’t been in

PROFiles: Professor Lyzenga

As part of our alumni professor feature series, Alma Mudders, we interviewed HMC physics professor Gregory Lyzenga ’75. Q: How did you discover Harvey Mudd College? A: Well, I am pretty old so I went to college way before the Internet. Back in those days,