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Washington Post Consults Rising Junior on Nigerian Kidnapping Story

sheila chukwulozieSheila Chukwulozie '16 offered the newspaper her perspective on the difficulties she and other Nigerian girls face in getting an education.

May 27, 2014 e-News


Martin to Graduates: "Celebrate What You Have Achieved and Ramify"

Quoting two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Richard Wilbur '42, Amherst President Biddy Martin urged the members of the Class of 2014 during Commencement on May 25 to celebrate their many impressive achievements and "ramify"--branch out, extend or become more complex.

May 27, 2014 e-News

WBUR Boston: Amherst "Sacrifices" to Be Socioeconomically Diverse

The city's National Public Radio affiliate aired an in-depth segment on the college's commitment to access and success for all students.

May 27, 2014 e-News

Fifteen Fulbrights for Amherst

Amber Khan ’14An unprecedented number of Amherst College students - 12 graduates of the Class of 2014 and three recent graduates - have been offered Fulbright Fellowships to teach and study abroad.

May 27, 2014 e-News

'89 Businessman Awarded Medal for Eminent Service

Douglas C. GrissomDouglas C. Grissom was recognized during the college's Commencement ceremonies on May 25.

May 27, 2014 e-News

Men's, Women's Tennis Net Three Championships; Long Jumper Wins NCAA Title

Naomi Bates '14For the second time in program history, the fourth-ranked Amherst men's tennis team laid claim to the national championship, defeating top-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at the Biszantz Family Tennis Center, 5-3. Joey Fritz '14 captured the men's individual singles title, while Jordan Brewer '14 and Gabby Devlin '14 won their third women's doubles crown. In addition, Naomi Bates '14 won her second NCAA title in the long jump.

May 27, 2014 e-News


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