Boston Globe: The more we imprison, the less we vote

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Conor Clarke ’08 and non-Amherst classmate Greg Yothers, an inmate at the Hampshire County Correctional Facility participating in the college’s Inside-Out program, argued against the disenfranchisement of incarcerated felons in Massachusetts in this op-ed

The Boston Globe: In search of talented foreign students, Amherst College takes rare step

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The college's decision to extend its need-blind admission policy to international students made headlines in the Globe and was also picked up by Inside Higher Ed.

The Boston Globe: In a rush? Learn to ease 'hurry sickness'

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Amherst career counselor and work-life balance consulant Debra Krumholz was quoted in this April 6 piece about the fast-paced lives of today's students.

Boston Globe: Colleges guard soaring endowments

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Amherst President Tony W. Marx was consulted for this article on the growing pressure for colleges and universities to spend out of their endowments more. "We need aid policies that ensure access, but that's not the end of the story," he told the newspaper.

Boston Globe: Open Campus

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The Sunday, Sept. 16, Boston Globe Magazine featured a "First Person" profile of Amherst College president Anthony W. Marx. The story focused on Amherst's efforts to make it easier for the most talented students from all backgrounds to attend.

Boston Globe: Photographer Abelardo Morell Will Be Featured in Mead Art Museum Exhibition

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The Sunday, Sept. 2, Boston Globe profiled photographer Abelardo Morrell, whose work is featured in a solo exhibition this fall at the Mead Art Museum.

Boston Globe: Students Switching Activism to Boardroom

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Boston Sunday Globe: 'Give me back my legions!' by Cullen Murphy '74

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Boston Globe: Cullen Murphy '74 on Rome and America

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The Boston Globe, May 19
We're not surprised when people aspire to the top job, and even admire them for getting there. But giving up that job, willingly -- that's a little unusual.Yet that is what Cullen Murphy did. After 17 years as managing editor of the venerable Atlantic Monthly, he took over the duties of editor in chief in 2002.

Boston Globe: Amherst College Poli Sci Class in Local Prison

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