Chicago Tribune: A storybook New England campus: The essentials of its architecture

In his Cityscapes blog, Blair Kamin ’79 posted the text of a talk he gave on the architecture of Amherst campus at Reunion 2009.

Chicago Tribune: College-Town Bound

The Emily Dickinson Museum and the college were both mentioned in this column about visiting the nation’s college towns.

Chicago Tribune: How the Olmsteds and the Chicago world's fair of 1893 gave shape to a small New England college

Blair Kamin ’79, Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic at the Chicago Tribune, posted a talk he gave about Amherst’s architecture in his Skyline blog.

Chicago Tribune: Lead and crime

Submitted by Caroline J. Hanna
The research of Amherst faculty member Jessica Wolpaw Reyes ’94—which found a link between the nation’s phase-out of leaded gasoline and a decrease in crime rates from 1992 to 2002—was noted in an editorial that urged the Illinois legislature to pass an upcoming bill. Reyes and her work were also mentioned in a subsequent piece t

Chicago Tribune Architecture Critic To Speak at Amherst College

April 10, 2000Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417AMHERST, Mass.—Blair Kamin, the Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic at the Chicago Tribune and a 1979 graduate of Amherst College, will speak about "Activist Criticism and the Inescapable Art" on Wednesday, April 12, at 4:15 p.m. in Room 202 of Fayerweather Hall. His talk is free and the public is invited.

Chicago Tribune Blog: What is Murder? Asks Amherst Professor Sarat

Submitted by Paul S. Statt