Inside Politics

By Katie Bacon ’93 Back when Mitt Romney was still a contender and superdelegate was not yet a household word, four big names in punditry came to Amherst to lead Interterm Colloquia—mini-courses and public talks—on politics and the presidential race.

Commentators David Brooks and E.J. Dionne

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E.J. Dionne (left) and David Brooks (right) speak on Monday, Jan. 21, 2008, in Cole Assembly Room at Amherst College.
David Brooks, columnist for The New York Times, and E. J.

Commentators David Brooks and E.J. Dionne To Discuss “America” at Amherst College Jan. 21

Submitted by Patricia M. Allen
January 4, 2008 Contact: Caroline Jenkins Hanna Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417audioPhotos and audio of this event

2008 Interterm Colloquia

Submitted by Stephanie N. Brown

Hot Buttons—And Who's Pushing Them - January 15-16

Join former White House Communications Director under President Bush and CBS political analyst Nicolle Wallace and Dee Dee Myers, the first-ever female White House Press Secretary (under the Clinton administration)and current MSNBC political commentator, in exploring the issues of women, the media and the changing electorate.

view confirmed schedule here