Each fall, students in Professor David Hanneke's “Physics 123: The Newtonian Synthesis: Dynamics of Particles and Systems, Waves,” participate in a “design-your-own adventure” project.
Love the snow? We've got plenty to go around. Amazing fall colors? Check. Lush green spring leading to summers spent outdoors more your style? Amherst College is beautiful through the seasons.
Kwame Anthony Appiah, a professor of philosophy and law at New York University, held a class with students in advance of his lecture, "How Not To Think About Race, Culture and Class.”
At Amherst College, the changing of the seasons means it's time for Fall Festival.
Students in Professor Jen Manion’s course “People’s History of Revolutionary America” were some of the first to use the Mead Art Museum’s new study room, located in art storage.
Organized by Sade Green ’20, a student senator, President Biddy Martin delivered a State of the College address on March 29, 2017 in Johnson Chapel.
From distiguished visitors to snowy panoramics to the traditions of Commencement, we've assembled some of our favorite images from events and activities over the past year at Amherst College.
From move-in, to First Squad Meetings, to ice cream socials, Orientation is a multi-day program that introduces the incoming class to the people, places and possibilities of the Amherst experience.
Over the summer a group of Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF) wandered down to Amherst’s bird sanctuary every morning to study Tree Swallow nestlings, weighing and measuring the baby birds.