In 33rd Year, Basketball Camp Has New Meaning

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Until his tragic death in 2010, young Gus Adamopoulos loved attending the Western Massachusetts Basketball Camp at Amherst.

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Three Join the Board of Trustees

Member of Class of '82 Featured in Wash Post "Leadership Conversation"

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Rosanne Haggerty discussed the challenges she faced in starting her nonprofit, Common Ground Community; elements that she thinks contribute to an effective partnership and lessons she's learned over the years.

 

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Introducing Amherst’s 19th President

 

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New President Featured on Boston-Area NPR Affiliate

 

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Kendra Stern ’11 Named Division III Female Athlete of the Year

 

kendra_sternThe Collegiate Women Sports Awards named the champion swimmer the recipient of the 2010-11 Honda Award Division III Athlete of the Year, which recognizes the top female student-athlete in the nation.

 

June 22, 2011 e-News

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Second Act of Music Professor’s Opera Receives Rave Reviews

 

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June 22, 2011 e-News

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Visiting Writer Discusses Craft on Local Television Program

 

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Amity Gaige talked about her new book and writing process on Mass Appeal, a show produced by the Springfield-area NBC News affiliate.

 

June 22, 2011 e-News

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National Champs

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10 Recent Amherst Graduates Win Fulbrights

 

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Five winners will teach English in France, the Ukraine, Morocco, South Korea and Taiwan, while the other five will study stolen art in Germany, disease ecology in Finland, neuroscience in Sweden, climate change in Portugal and post-conflict government in Kosovo.

 

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