• Songs That Tickle Spines
    Nina Shallman could become the next Norah Jones. For now, she’s an Amherst sophomore.
  • Twice in One Case
    In one day, two U.S. Supreme Court dissents cited separate books by one Amherst professor. 
  • Joining Together
    New building projects will offer academic and social spaces—and plenty of room for connection. 
  • Rubbish Culture
    On the runway: baby food jars and paper bags.
  • Judy Blume Visits Campus
    Growing up in Elizabeth, N.J., Judy Blume "hated the secrets that adults kept from children."
  • Three Join Board
    The newest College trustees are from '80s classes.
  • The Myths About Nazi Germany
    She’d grown frustrated with existing textbooks, many of which are now outdated. “There hasn’t been a major new text- book on Nazi Germany in many years,” she says. 
  • Imagining the Future
    How can Amherst best prepare students for a lifetime of learning, success and fulfillment in a rapidly changing world. 
  • Grit and Joy
    Amherst Awarded 470 bachelor of arts degrees on May 24. 
  • The Big Picture
    ON the quad, chairs beckon in midsummer.
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