Yankee magazine: Local Treasure: Strange Stones
NPR: Behind The Scenes: How Do You Get Into Amherst?
Tekla Harms and Samuel Morse on Mass Appeal
The Springfield-area NBC News affiliate’s hour-long morning show tapped geology professor Tekla Harms and art and the history of art professor Samuel Morse to discuss the science of earthquakes and tsunamis and the art and culture of Japan, respectively, for a March 22 program focusing on Japan and the aftermath of its recent earthquake.
Chronicle of Higher Education: Libraries, Publishers, and a Plea for Shotgun Weddings
Women's Basketball Wins National Title
WWLP-TV: Teaching Kids to Be More Resilient
The Chronicle of Higher Education: In Search of a 'Modern Sense of Place'
WGGB-TV: Powerful Earthquake Hits Japan
Richard Wilbur '42 Celebrates His 90th Birthday
Inside Higher Ed: New Journal, Old School Values
The launch of The Common, as well as a companion publishing internship program and literary publishing course, drew the attention of Inside Higher Ed, which said the Amherst is taking “the road less traveled” in supporting it. The piece explored the current environment for literary journals and quoted Gregory Call, dean of the faculty, and The Common founder and editor Jennifer Acker ’00.