MCLA to Hold In-Person and Virtual Admission Events

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass.— The Office of Admission at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts is hosting in-person tours and events, including open houses on Oct. 23 and Nov. 13. 
Prospective students and their families are welcome to register for open houses, Saturday tours, and virtual events that offer information and perspective about academics, student life, financial aid, scholarships, and more.  
"It's exciting that we have prospective students on campus for tours and open houses again," said MCLA Director of Admission Kayla Hollins. "And it's great to see our student ambassadors go back to what they enjoy doing, which is giving tours of our campus." 
MCLA's student guides also give daily tours. To register, visit  
Admission counselors will visit high schools, college fairs, and community colleges during the fall season. MCLA's six counselors will collectively visit more than 350 high schools and 30 community colleges in New England and New York, connecting with students there interested in learning more about MCLA and its academic programs.  
Students interested in visiting MCLA can now preview the campus by walking through it online. MCLA's Office of Admission has released a new virtual tour that lets students explore the campus and tour classrooms, residence areas, and other campus landmarks.  
Saturday Tours:  
Saturday, October 9 
Saturday, November 6 
On Campus Open Houses 
Saturday, October 23 
Saturday, November 13 
Virtual Open House 
Tuesday, November 30 
Athletic Preview Days 
On campus: Monday, October 11 
Virtual: Wednesday, November 10 

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MCLA Women's Basketball Falls to Wentworth

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Wentworth's Maddy Foster scored 30 points and pulled down nine boards to lead the Leopards past the MCLA Trailblazers, 60-48 this evening in non-conference women's basketball action.
Foster went 13-for-19 from the floor and added a pair of steals in the win. Teammate Abriana Busbey added 10 points and a game best 13 rebounds for Wentworth.
After one quarter the game was tied at 10-10. Wentworth (1-4) outscored MCLA 8-0 to start the second quarter to take an 18-10 lead. The lead grew to 11 points at halftime.
Out of the locker room the Leopards quickly extended the margin to 15 points at 32-17 but MCLA (0-7) did not go quietly. The Trailblazers used an 11-2 run fueled by Shannon Carney and Emily Burke to pull within six at 34-28 midway through the third quarter.
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