Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Playwright Congdon has so much to say she almost forgets to promote the play

Submitted by Caroline J. Hanna
Amherst's playwright-in-residence Constance Congdon was interviewed for this light-hearted article in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. In the story, she discusses everything from her new play to politics to her granddaughter.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Sewickly student opts to go fishing in Scandinavia

Submitted by Caroline J. Hanna
Hilary Palevsky '07 and her experiences cod-fishing in Scandinavia were the subject of this lengthy feature in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. The Sewickly, Pa., native is spending the year traveling the North Atlantic studying the cod-fishing industry thanks to a prestigious $25,000 Watson Fellowship she received last spring.

New Amherst Art Walk to Kick off Downtown May 4

May 2, 2006 Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417 AMHERST, Mass.—Amherst museums, galleries, shops and restaurants will be opening their doors to the Amherst Art Walk, formerly known as Amherst Gallery Walk,from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 4. The Amherst Art Walk is funded by The Valley Advocate, Promoting Downtown Amherst, Mead Art Museum, Fiber Art Center, The Fine Arts Center, Tiger Press and Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce.