Winter 2017 Online Extras
Video & Audio
Dan Cluchey ’08 discusses his novel, The Life of the World to Come (St. Martin's) with Bree Barton ’07 in an interview for the Amherst Reads book club. The book explores responsibility and loss through the eyes of a young lawyer.
Coach Michelle Morgan moderates a homecoming-weekend panel celebrating 40 years of Amherst women's athletics.
Go behind the scenes at Sidehill Farm and learn what led Amy Klippenstein ’89 and Paul Lacinski ’89 from their liberal arts roots (English and American studies, respectively) to becoming owners of an organic farm.
Requested by students during the planning process for the Greenway Residence Halls, the demonstration kitchen in Greenway A accommodates a variety of events, including, in January, three interterm cooking classes.
Now in its pilot phase, the Teaching and Learning Center aims to be a place that sparks creativity for faculty.
Allen Hart ’82 has experienced Amherst College from three distinct angles—as a student, a psychology professor and an administrator. In a Q&A, he talks about major changes that have taken place at the College since his student days.
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.