That’s what Kate Stayman-London ’05 says in this Q&A that lists Jane Austen, Jordan Peele and Connie Congdon—and explains the inspiration for her escapist, subversive debut novel, One to Watch.
Interview by Tia Subramanian ’05
A new Amherst exhibition considers the role of art in creating, reinforcing and challenging our ideas about national identity.
by Emily Gold Boutilier
A psychology professor asked 58 members of the class of 2009 about race and class, as first-years, as seniors and again at age 30. The takeaway? Everyone has gained much deeper perspective.
by Katharine Whittemore