- 2012: Spring2012: Spring
- Amherst Creates
- College Row
- Feature: Eating Their Research
- Feature: Enlightening the Earth
- Feature: Finishing Strong
- Feature: Medical Sleuthing
- Insights: All They Can Say is “No”
- Lives of Consequence: Amherst Serendipity
- Sports: 24 Hours in LeFrak
- Visit the Emily Dickinson Museum
- What They Are Reading
- Work in Progress
- Paradise lost
An alumna’s second, ambitious novel is about the fortunes of a commune and its members.
- Past is present
An author finds eerie resemblances between today’s U.S. government and early inquisitorial bureaucracies.
Incredibly, that’s the number of books that Herb Coursen ’54—who died in 2011—wrote and got published during his lifetime.
- Americans in Berlin
A new book shows the wildly divergent terms in which Americans in Nazi Germany assessed Hitler.
- Short Takes
New books and films