Calling All Bloggers

August 18, 2009 e-News

 

Do you blog or know a fellow alum who does? Be part of the blogroll on the Alumni Web site! Catch up with former classmates or find other Jeffs who are sharing their expertise and their lives online. Submit a blog to the list.

 

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Amherst Outlines Plan to Control Costs and Build on Strengths

August 4, 2009 e-News

 

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Teachers-in-Training

August 4, 2009 e-News

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Class of '94 Doc Takes on Stephen Colbert

August 4, 2009 e-News

Aaron Carroll, associate professor of pediatrics and director of the Center for Health Policy and Professionalism Research at the Indiana University School of Medicine, verbally sparred with the host of Comedy Central’s Colbert Report recently about the U.S. adopting a single-payer health care system.

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Admission Intern Featured on Fortune.com

August 4, 2009 e-News

Teddy Vickers ’10 was among eight college students with “cool gigs” this summer highlighted on the financial publication’s Web site.

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Buzz for Film Based on '95 Alumna's Memoir Continues to Simmer

August 4, 2009 e-News

Julie & Julia, the movie adaptation of Julie Powell’s blog-turned-book Julie and Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen, is making plenty of headlines in advance of its opening this Friday.

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Car Company Founder '70 Profiled by L.A. Times

August 4, 2009 e-News

The article explored Reeves Callaway’s youth, family and passion for automobiles, among other things.

 

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Stellar Year for Annual Fund

July 21. 2009 e-News

 

Thank you to alumni, parents, friends, volunteers and staff who again rallied to show their support for Amherst. More than 60 percent contributed to the college during the 2009 fiscal year, helping to support such priorities as financial aid. This year, the Annual Fund reached an impressive $9.8 million.

 

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Springfield Paper Features CCE Summer Intern Program

July 21, 2009 e-News

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Professor and Rhodes Scholar '04 Team up on Honduras Op-Ed

July 21, 2009 e-News

In a July 7 Huffington Post piece they co-authored, political science’s Javier Corrales and former student Daniel Altschuler discussed the ramifications of the country’s recent coup.

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