A Small Town in Western MA thats about 90 miles West of Boston. Next to Amherst, Ma and Northampton, MA. Known for cowfield, and rednecks. Teenagers of the town party in the woods. Very hickish.
Are you going to Northampton to party?
Nah, they are hippys, lets go to HADLEY, MA !!
A little town in Western Massachusetts. Sitting right in between Northampton and Whately, it is home to the Smith Academy Falcons, corn/tabacco/potato fields, plenty of cows, and the Sofia Smith House. Rival high school to Hopkins Acadmey in Hadley Mass.
Where do all the teenagers in Hatfield, MA hang out?
The BASHIN DUH!
sport the usual townie gear, normal say "fucking mint eh, i swear down lyk", start fyts wiv the moshers. The girls are slags, who sit in the bus station, waiting for the druggie to take them to the druggie flats opposite Hadley's.
Fran the Man
Fran the man: "ma boom box just broke eh" "oioi you in da blak, hu do u think u are, you moshaaaa"
mosher: "right then you whitby townies sluuut, go inject yaself, and go spread ya stds"
*mosher mopes off"
Acronym for Pioneer Valley Performing Arts, PVPA is actually Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public High School. A middle school was added in 2004. The school is a gathering place for the young artists of the Pioneer Valley, including quite a few teens from Northampton and the Springfield area. The school has four main areas of concentration theatre, dance, music, and visual arts.
The school is currently located in Hadley, MA but is soon moving to South Hadley.
"Where are you going to school next year?"
Founded by revolutionary educator Mary Lyon in 1837, Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA is the first women's college in the United States and the founding member of the Seven Sisters, the female equivalent of the formerly all-male Ivy League. Mount Holyoke is consistently ranked among the top 25 liberal arts colleges in the country, attracting intelligent, talented, and driven women from literally all over the globe. True to its mission statement, Mount Holyoke's empowering atmosphere is geared towards "fostering the alliance of liberal arts education with purposeful engagement in the world." Smart women choose Mount Holyoke for its academic excellence, beautiful campus, and the amazing and friendly women who go there. Mount Holyoke women can also take advantage of the 5-College Consortium, which connects MHC to nearby Amherst, Smith, and Hampshire Colleges, as well as UMass-Amherst.
"She's smart, talented, socially conscious, and basically awesome. She must go to Mount Holyoke."
The school in S. Hadley, MA. Oldest women's college in the United States, first of the seven sisters, founded by revolutionary educator Mary Lyon. Associated with Daphne of Scooby Doo in the Five College urban legend. While a top liberal arts college, Mount Holyoke distinguishes itself with its commitment to free thinking and its very strong commitment to social works.
MHC is also known for its beautiful campus, which regularly ranks in the top ten.
As a politically liberal all women's school, MHC has a reputation for having a vocal gay population, but is viewed as a kinder, gentler alternative to the militant, manly lesbianism of Smith College. MHC is also seen as more friendly to males with the yearly dances "Undressage" and "Vegas Night," where the girls parade in lingerie.
This is a school for overachievers.
The Historical expression among Harvard boys was, "Smith to bed, Mount Holyoke to wed."
MoHo: "I took thirty tests this week and wrote four hundred pages in papers, so this weekend I'm gonna get smashed and go dance in my underwear. I earned it, damnit! And then, on Monday afternoon after class, I'm going to go tutor poverty-striken orphans. Tuesday I campaign on the social cause of the week. It's just the Mount Holyoke lifestyle!"
A person who attends or graduated from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA. The college's main mascot is a "lyon," named after founder Mary Lyon, whose tomb can be found in the center of the campus.
(They are more commonly known as MoHos.)
Lyons are usually strong, liberal and intelligent women.
Person #1: Hey, our team lost to the Lyons last Saturday.
Person #2: Yeah, man, the Mount Holyoke team is pretty good.