Waiting for the Van
As they sat with their luggage in Boston’s international terminal, groups of new students began their orientation to college—and to the United States.
About the Class of 2017
Amherst welcomed 466 members to the new first-year class, as well as 13 new transfer students.
Why Social Networks Matter
President Martin used her convocation address to counter attacks on liberal arts education.
The faculty continues to expand its ranks, adding 30 new members this academic year.
Success Against the Odds
The Lives of Consequence campaign exceeded its goal.
The fundraising campaign ended with a campus-wide celebration.
A real-life execution is the focus of a professor’s new opera.
Just Like Home
The renovated Seligman House is meant to feel like home—if your home has an old ballroom.
A Year in Abu Dhabi
This fall, readers of an Amherst-based literary magazine might notice a slight tilt to the Middle East.
Be a Mentor
A new program links students with alumni.