Me Being Me

Submitted by Anthony A. Jack
I will miss the "Sunday Dinners" after the Hermenia T. Gardner Worship Service. They were always special to me. Even though I did not attend all of them over the last four years, I feel truly blessed to have went to the ones i did. The conversation we all had after those services were priceless. Sometimes they brought up topics that made everyone think about some of the stupid stuff we did in the days when we were young. Oh how will I miss those Sunday afternoons...

Us Being US!

Submitted by Anthony A. Jack
This picture was taken after we went to go see "Stomp the Yard." I think that Tasha enjoyed the movie more than any of us. Maybe it was that scene when they were running to the top of the hill. LOL. We enjoyed ourselves adn had a ball at dinner. Meg, our favorite waitress, took the picture.

Thanks Issa

Submitted by Anthony A. Jack

Special Place in My Heart

Submitted by Anthony A. Jack

My True Residence for the Past Three Years

Submitted by Anthony A. Jack

Diversity Interns at Easter

Submitted by Anthony A. Jack

Glimpse: A Great Day

Submitted by Anthony A. Jack
Finally

New York Times: Amherst is Open to Low Incomes

Submitted by Paul S. Statt
Elite Colleges Open New Door to Low-Income Youths
The New York Times, May 27
The discussion in the States of Poverty seminar here at Amherst College was getting a little theoretical. Then Anthony Abraham Jack, a junior from Miami, asked pointedly, “Has anyone here ever actually seen a food stamp?”

Boston Globe: Amherst College Poli Sci Class in Local Prison

Submitted by Paul S. Statt

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