Professor Mark Marshall's “Introductory Chemistry” class was open to Homecoming attendees.
Students in Professor Marshall's “Introductory Chemistry” course listen closely.
Professor Laure Katsaros' class, “Women of Ill Repute,” was taught entirely in French.
Professor Katsaros illustrates a point to her students, and to visiting alumni.
The Homecoming schedule provided opportunities for guests to attend classes in numerous subjects.
A Homecoming attendee sits among the students in Professor Katsaros' class, taught in Fayerweather.
Homecoming always includes many opportunities for personal connections.
The Association for Women in Science hosted its Fourth Annual Alumnae Panel as part of the Homecoming festivities.
The Lipton Lecture Hall Dedication in the new Science Center featured a talk by Psychology Professor Catherine Sanderson: “They Aren’t as Thin or as Happy as You Think They Are: Exploring Causes and Consequences of Misperceiving Social Norms at Amherst.”
Richard M. Lipton ’74, P’12,’08 and his family during the Lipton Lecture Hall Dedication.
Visitors enjoyed a reception in the new Science Center.
Tours of the new Science Center were a popular activity.
The new Science Center features a main stairway with expansive views.
Johnson Chapel filled up for a conversation with President Biddy Martin. [<a href="/mm/567270">Watch the video</a>]
President Martin opened the floor to questions.
The audience reacts to a light-hearted moment during President Martin's talk.
President Martin spoke about innovations in the classroom, the new Science Center and the recent <a href="/mm/567121">Twitter War</a> between Amherst and Williams.
Amherst College rolled to a 45-14 win over Williams College as the teams played the 133rd edition of “The Biggest Little Game in America” at Pratt Field at Lehrman Stadium.
Bouncing back from a defeat in last year's game, Amherst has now won seven of the last eight meetings against the Ephs.
Ignoring the cool temperatures, fans cheered the Mammoths on to victory.
Fans gathered for food and conversation during the football game.
This fan is displaying her Amherst pride.
What football game?? We're here for the dogs!
Amherst women's basketball team displaying their championship rings.
President Biddy Martin posed for this picture with fans at the football game.