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- Who's Coming
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- 2010 Photo Gallery
- Alumni Society Meeting with President Marx
- Combat Veterans Returning to Study
- Consumption and the Pursuit of Happiness
- Demjanjuk in Munich
- Diversity at Amherst: Has It Changed the College?
- Freedom of Speech at Amherst
- Gunpowder Commerce: The Story of One 17th Century East India Ship
- Poet Richard Wilbur
- We Have Met the Trustees, and They are Us
- What's in Greg's Tech Bag? What is Hot, New and Fun in Consumer Technology?
- What’s Shakin’?: A Geologist’s Perspective on the Haitian and Chilean Earthquakes
- Student Jobs for Commencement and Reunion
Diversity at Amherst: Has It Changed the College?
What has increased racial, ethnic, cultural, religious and economic diversity meant to the Amherst community? The Class of 1955 included one Afro-American and one Latino American. Today the Amherst student body looks very different from 1951. Is it truly different? This discussion was led by Herb Tulchin '55, Rhonda Cobham-Sander, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Black Studies and English, and Ben Lieber, dean of academic support and student research. They were joined by Erika Butler-Akinyemi'95, Romelle Whalen '10, Michelle Huynh '11 and Luis Feliz '12. Presented by the Class of 1955.
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