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Marx in U.S. News & World Report Story

August 12, 2008 e-News 

In the piece, Amherst President Anthony W. Marx discussed the value of a well-rounded liberal arts education.

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Amherst Recognized As a "Consortium Jewel" by Newsweek

August 12, 2008 e-News 

The magazine highlighted Amherst and Pomona College’s partnerships with nearby higher education institutions and noted that “the combination of small-college atmosphere and big-college choices has been a winning strategy for both schools.”

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Religion Prof Maria Heim Juggles Research, Family, Teaching

August 12, 2008 e-News 

Marjan Hajibandeh ’09E profiles another newly tenured faculty member in her latest Campus Buzz posting.

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203C Morgan: Anthropology Prof Deborah Gewertz's Office Space

August 12, 2008 e-News 

Here’s a look at the campus home of Gewertz, the G. Henry Whitcomb 1874 Professor of Anthropology, and the mementos she has collected over the years.

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Amherst Reads to Debut Sept. 2

August 12, 2008 e-News 

Join alumni, faculty, staff and students in an online discussion about a featured book of the month or check out the array of publications offered by Amherst authors through the college’s new virtual book club. Take a sneak peak at our first featured book, Are We Rome? by Cullen Murphy ’74, and bookmark the website here.

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A New Look for the Amherst Web Site

August 12, 2008 e-News 

Watch for the unveiling of the redesign of Amherst.edu Aug. 19. Including information about the latest news and events, the alumni pages will also enable users to find and network with classmates, update contact information and post and read class news.

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Marx quoted in New York Times Story

July 29, 2008 e-News

Amherst President Anthony W. Marx gave his thoughts on the purpose of college endowments and on Berea College’s no-tuition model.

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Partnership with Non-Profit in Christian Science Monitor

July 29, 2008 e-News 

The article spotlighted Amherst’s support of Reader to Reader, an organization based in the Cadigan Center that distributes books to needy schools across the U.S.

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Learning Good Citizenship, in Western Mass and Beyond

July 29, 2008 e-News

The college’s Citizen Summer program, a Center for Community Engagement (CCE) initiative in its first year, is subsidizing nearly 200 Amherst student interns at various local, regional, national and international non-profits and non-governmental organizations this summer. Learn more about the program in the latest Campus Buzz.

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Poly Sci Prof Discusses Class on the American Presidency

July 29, 2008 e-News 

Tom Dumm, professor and chair of the political science department, spoke with Public Affairs intern John D’Angelo ’10 about the aptly named The American Presidency course and teaching it during the final stages of a presidential campaign for our “Who Knows” series.

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