Summer 2016 Online Extras
Leslie Stahl of 60 Minutes moderated a reunion panel on "Living and Degenerative Disease," with '66 classmates Aaron Latham (Stahl's husband), Evan Maurer, Jone Vine and Bruce Leopold. Watch this and many other videos from the weekend.
Twenty-one students and faculty members have won top national awards to continue their work in the arts, humanities and sciences. Learn more about them.
Norm Jones arrived in July as the College’s chief diversity and inclusion officer, bringing “experience and sophistication,” President Martin said, to the “work of building an intellectual community that embraces diversity of people and points of view.”
Two weeks after graduation, Meghan McDonough '16 and Sarah Jordan '16 headed to Buenos Aires to film a 20-minute documentary about artist-activists who are working to combat violent crimes against women in Argentina.
Making good on a pledge to expand its commitment to student diversity, the College hosted Native American high-schoolers for a weeklong summit that aims to help students get into college. Students met with admission officers, essay specialists and others.
Has the magazine ever written about your favorite alum? Find out by browsing digitized indices to the Amherst Graduates’ Quarterly, Amherst Alumni News and Amherst magazine.
Amherst Reads is an online book club. Read exclusive interviews, book excerpts, online discussions and more.