NPR: Behind The Scenes: How Do You Get Into Amherst?

National Public Radio’s Tovia Smith featured Amherst’s admission team in a lengthy piece about the college search process.

To The Best of Our Knowledge: Science and the Search for Meaning: Five Questions: Can Science Be Sacred?

Physics professor Arthur Zajonc spoke at length about God and religion with the syndicated National Public Radio program about science.

WFCR-FM: The freezing of atoms, according to Einstein, Bose, and a professor at Amherst College

Physics professor David Hall spoke with the Amherst-area NPR affiliate in this lengthy interview.

NPR On Point: Amherst President Marx on Diversity

Submitted by Paul S. Statt
Walter Benn Michaels and "The Trouble with Diversity" NPR "On Point," April 5 Amherst College President Anthony W. Marx appeared as a guest on the NPR call-in talk show "On Point" with Tom Ashbrook. The topic Walter Benn Michaels's polemical The Trouble with Diversity: How We Learned to Love Identity and Ignore Inequality (2006).

President Marx and Students Interviewed on NPR

Submitted by Samuel A. Masinter
President Marx, along with several students, was interviewed on NPR's All Things Considered. The story, titled "Colleges Face the Challenge of the Class Divide," and an audio recording of the broadcast are available on NPR's Website.

Harlan Fiske Stone (Class of 1894) Discussed on NPR

Submitted by Samuel A. Masinter
In a story on a new PBS documentary series, The Supreme Court, NPR interviewed The Supreme Court: The Personalities and Rivalries that Defined America author Jeffrey Rosen. Rosen talked at length about former Attorney General and Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone '94 during the interview.