Playing Doctor

By Adam Gerchick ’13

[Games] Some people wake up with memories of dreams. Dr. James Fulmer ’76 woke up with plans for a board game.

James Fulmer ’76

“It was sort of a ‘eureka’ type of thing,” he says.

Come for Dinner, Stay for Life


Zeke Emanuel ’79 outside his office in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. View the entire photo shoot here.

By Sarah Auerbach '96

“I should eat,” says Zeke Emanuel ’79 to his assistant.

“Yes. You should eat,” she says.

A Miracle Worker

By Randi Hutter Epstein

Never retire intellectually.

That’s one of Howard W. Jones Jr.’s secrets to longevity. He ought to know. Jones will celebrate his 101st birthday in December. His mind is as sharp as ever.

The Healing Power of Old Doc

Dr. Hollywood

Medical Surveillance

Important Information for International Students Intending to Study Medicine

International students who perform well academically at Amherst College often have opportunities for further study in the U.S. For example, international students have graduated from Amherst and entered Ph.D. programs at U.S. universities with substantial scholarship support. However, there is one important exception for students interested in medical training leading to the M.D. degree.

Public Health Advocate David A. Kessler '73 To Speak at Amherst College Oct. 21

October 6, 2004Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417

Former Surgeon General Richard Carmona To Speak on Public Health April 1 at Amherst College