The inspiring, tragic, wistful story of Harold Wade Jr. ’68, who wrote Black Men of Amherst.
by Katharine Whittemore
From lifestyle companies, to batteries, to college prep, these entrepreneurs are making their mark in China.
by Anjie Zheng ’10
To write a book about jellyfish, a former math major had to find her own sense of wonder.
by Margareth Stohl ’89
The Mead Art Museum sent 10 students to find new works for its permanent collection. Here’s what they chose, and how.
by Mary Elizabeth Strunk