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Former Defense Secretary at Campus Conversation: U.S. Can’t Be the “World’s Policeman”

The use of U.S. military force in the world has become “too easy” for American presidents, having become “the first option rather than the last resort,” said former Defense Secretary Robert Gates during a talk to a full Johnson Chapel on April 28.

Eight People, One Place and a Book

Seven students in Professor Justin Kimball's advanced photography course "Eight People, One Place, and a Book" spent the fall 2014 semester traveling to photograph the Village of Turners Falls, Mass., with the goal of building individual bodies of work.

Panel Discussion Raises Awareness of Contemporary Arabic Literature

A group of six internationally known writers, editors and translators explored "new" writing styles emerging in contemporary Arabic fiction and the challenges Arab writers and their editors face in getting those works into the hands of American readers.

Arts at Amherst Events, in Photos

The second annual Arts at Amherst Spring Festival, April 10–19, celebrated the multitude of arts on campus.

“City Streets” Festival Features Food, Fire Dancers and Fun

The evening of Sunday, April 19, provided beautiful weather for students, faculty, staff and families to gather together on campus and celebrate the spring season.

Alum's 1,000-Year Camera to Take World's Slowest Photograph from Campus

The "millennium camera" installed by Jonathon Keats '94 atop Stearns Steeple in June 2015 will document the evolution of the nearby Mount Holyoke Range until the summer of 3015.

Thesis Performance Highlights Racial Injustices

Titled The Lower Frequencies and inspired by Ralph Ellison’s 1952 novel Invisible Man, Bryce Monroe's one-man play aims to shed light on the realities of racism in America through a series of powerful, witty and tragic vignettes.
 

Featured Events

"Nature, Pleasure, Myth" exhibition image of a variety of animals and Japanese warriors against a pink background

"Brand New Beasts": A Closer Look Gallery Talk

Tomorrow - Thursday, May 7, 6:30 pm
Piece of film, showing a negative image of five people

FAMS Thesis Film Screening

Tomorrow - Thursday, May 7, 7:00 pm

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