Natalie Braun ’19 and Ludia Ock ’19 each won a $10,000 Davis Projects for Peace grant. They worked with the College’s Center for Community Engagement to design projects related to memories of war.
During this year’s annual “Identify It” Day at the Beneski Museum of Natural History, staff and faculty helped community members ID the fossils and meteorites (or “meteor-wrongs”) they’d found.
Jesmyn Ward, Susan Choi, Laila Lalami, Ben Rhodes and other acclaimed authors will speak and sign books on campus as part of LitFest 2020. Join in from Feb. 27 to March 1.
In the latest installment of the Alumni in the Field series, actor John Michael Higgins ’85, an English major at Amherst, talks about what he learned in college and how those lessons have helped him succeed.
November’s interdisciplinary Alumni Colloquium delved into “Amherst College History: Post-World War II to the Present.” Enjoy five videos of talks and choral performances from the weekend
If you couldn’t make it to campus for the conversations with Biddy Martin at Homecoming and Family Weekend this past fall, watch them on video or read transcripts.