Making Grand Theft Ovid

by Rachel Rogol

He used to play video games in arcades. Now he uses them to 
retell classic plays.


Toward a Global Future

by Christine Bader ’93

A trip through the Arab Spring, urbanization, technology, 
climate change and more.


Addicted to Laughs

by Katherine Duke ’05

From a parody of Serial to a credit as 
“Chicken Wing Man,” Zach Cherry ’10 performs comedy on 
stage, TV and film.


Back to the Future

by Rand Richards Cooper ’80

The words fairness and objectivity evoke a midcentury moment. 
Enter David Eisenhower ’70.


Short Takes

Whether music, history or fiction, Amherst alums have plenty to spring on you this season. First is Last in Line: An American Destiny Deferred, by Jamal Mtshali ’16 (African American Images). After that comes After All Our Yesterdays, by Seth Frank ’55 (Shakespeare & Co.).


Six Minutes to Stir Emotion

by Katherine Duke ’05

Three alumni collaborated on a Sundance documentary about a man 
who feeds wild hyenas.