Throughout the month of November, to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, we asked four students to reflect on their Indigeneity and culture.
A new Bicentennial-themed exhibit installed in the entryway of Alumni Gym explores the history of Amherst’s storied athletics program.
A concert. A ferris wheel. A slide. A sack race. Lots of food. Horses. More music. Oh, and fireworks! Check out all the photos from the Bicentennial Party.
In celebration of Latinx Heritage Month, which runs Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, we asked five students to reflect on their identity and culture.
During the fall 2020 semester, Amherst College is reinventing how teaching, learning, and research take place.
Take a tour of Amherst College with this slideshow of student life, ranging from undergraduate research opportunities to impromptu frisbee games to a cappella singing performances.
An illuminating LitFest weekend featured National Book Award winners and finalists, a former Obama speechwriter and other acclaimed writers.
The 2019 summer research experience took these students to their learning edge.
Three graduating artists show their unique art at Fayerweather Hall.
After a two-year hiatus, Amherst’s Winter Festival returned on Sunday night, Feb. 17, with a blizzard of events and treats.
A glimpse inside the studio art classes of Robert Sweeney (painting and drawing), sculptor Douglas Culhane, and Betsey Garand (printmaking).