by Rand Richards Cooper ’80
In the 1990s, did a preoccupation with sex lay the groundwork for today?
by Paul Statt ’78
Gorbachev boldly made his own history, but certainly not just as he pleased.
by Rachel Rogol
Two Amherst professors teamed up with students and professional actors to dramatize the true, local story of a Smith faculty member’s arrest.
by Josh Bell ’02
What if Sylvester Stallone were a proud Romanian communist? The result would be something like this buddy-cop parody.
by Katherine Duke ’05
SIT! STAY! And dog-ear these pages from Amherst alumni.
by Tess Taylor ’00
What made Richard Wilbur ’42 the poet he was?