New Admission Open House Aims to Bring More Native Students to Campus
Submitted on Wednesday, 11/12/2014, at 9:41 AM
November 12, 2015
By William Harvey ’18
Participants in a 2014 Diversity Open House get to know one another
This past month, Amherst welcomed seven high school seniors of Native American and Native Hawaiian backgrounds at the College’s first Native Student Open House. The event was a new offshoot of the annual Diversity Open Houses, which give “students with potential to add to the diversity of outlook, background and experience on campus,” according to the Office of Admission.
Amherst College Archives, Dickinson Museum to Mark 150th Anniversary of Local Resident’s Civil War Death with Exhibit, Discussion, Reenactment
Submitted on Friday, 3/23/2012, at 2:19 PM
March 23, 2012
AMHERST, Mass.—This March and April, Amherst College’s Archives and Special Collections and the Emily Dickinson Museum will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the March 1862 death of Frazar Stearns, son of college president William Augustus Stearns, with a special exhibition, panel discussion and “living history” encampment. The events are free and open to the public.