The cover of the Fall Amherst Magazine, a black and white photo of an older man

  

Fall 2019

“I Have to Honor It All”

From soldier to Amherst Chaplain to therapist: How Thayeer Greene ’50 witnessed atrocity, rediscovered faith and still counsels others at age 93.

By Naomi Shulman


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The Sounds Behind Silence

What do the nervous systems of zebrafish sound like? Christianna Mariano ’21 turned neuroscience data into audible art.

by Katharine Whittemore


A woman in front of a window in a brightly lit apartment

Leaping to Mind

Nuar Alsadir ’92 talks with a fellow poet about dance, psychoanalysis and writing in the “fourth person singular.”

by Tess Taylor ’00


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Amherst Magazine Accolades



Cover of Winter 2019 Amherst magazine Amherst magazine won a 2019 gold award from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education and was a finalist for the prestigious 2019 Sibley Award. Senior Writer Katharine Whittemore's article His Black History won a 2019 CASE bronze award.  

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