Amherst in Times Story about Public Service

July 1, 2008 e-News The article discussed schools that encourage students to consider “other careers beyond the consulting and financial jobs.” “We’re in the business of graduating people who will make the world better in some way,” President Anthony Marx said in the piece. “That’s what justifies the expense of the education.”
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USA Today Profiles '83 Grad

July 1, 2008 e-News Frits van Paasschen ’83, the recently appointed CEO of the hotel company Starwood, stood out among the candidates for his position because of his “intellectual firepower,” according to the lengthy feature.
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Christopher S. Lehane '90 Elected to Board of Trustees

July 1, 2008 e-News Lehane ’90, partner and owner of the California-based firm Fabiani and Lehane, will start his six-year term on July 1.
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Professor Jonathan Friedman: Journalist Turned Physicist

July 1, 2008 e-News This summer, Campus Buzz writer Marjan Hajibandeh ’09E will profile each of the seven Amherst faculty members who’ve just earned tenure. First up: Jonathan Friedman, associate professor of physics.
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Campus Nooks and Crannies, Exposed

July 1, 2008 e-NewsEver wondered what the inside of Bassett Planetarium looks like? Or why the college owns Wilder Observatory? Learn more about little-known or hidden spaces across campus in a new feature on the Web site.
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Econ Prof's Work Mentioned in Two Chicago Tribune Editorials

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Summer Reading Assignment for Class of 2012 on USAToday.com

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'62 Grad Dubbed "America's Hottest Investor" by Fortune

June 13, 2008 e-News  A profile that described the successes of mutual fund manager Ken Heebner ’62 and his company Capital Growth Management was the cover story for the magazine’s June 9 issue.
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Alumnus's New Book Featured in Newsweek Article

June 13, 2008 e-News 
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Interview Yourself for the Alumni Magazine (Web Site, That is)

June 13, 2008 e-News What’s the world's greatest problem? What’s your greatest regret? Post your own answers to the questions asked of the ’08s profiled in the latest Amherst cover story. 
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