Junior Writing for Human Events

July 21, 2009 e-News

Since late May, Karl (Teo) Molin ’11, a NationalJournalismCenter intern with the political publication, has been penning columns on everything from Tucker Carlson to waterboarding to Sonia Sotomayor.

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Playwright '96 Profiled in Waterford Times

July 21, 2009 e-News

Julia Cho, whose play The Language Archive kicked off the summer season at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Connecticut, was spotlighted in a lengthy story discussing her life and work.

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History, Animated

July 21, 2009 e-News

The children’s series FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman stopped by the Museum of Natural History recently to interview education coordinator Steve Sauter and film a segment for the upcoming fifth season. Amherst magazine’s Emily Boutilier reported on the action.

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Introducing Dan, Shenae and Tanika

July 21, 2009 e-News

This summer, Daniel Bamba ’11, Shenae Bell ’11 and Tanika Vigil ’10, three admission student interns, are blogging about working and living in Amherst. Read about their experiences at the office’s Web site.

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'98 Grad Successfully Argues Case Before Supreme Court

July 7, 2009 e-News

 

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Political Science Professor Quoted in Time

 

July 7, 2009 e-News

Javier Corrales was consulted for two recent magazine stories exploring Argentina’s midterm elections and the coup in Honduras.

 

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Can Satisfaction be Taught?

July 7, 2009 e-News

 

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1859 Amherst-Williams Baseball Game Still Making Headlines

July 7, 2009 e-News

 

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Gold for "Ghost Writer"

July 7, 2009 e-News

 

 Amherst magazine won a gold medal—beating out publications produced by Columbia University, Harvard Law and many others—from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education for the 2008 feature “Ghost Writer,” by Rand Richards Cooper ’80. Read or re-read the article about the life and death of John Stringer ’73.

 

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Organization for Theoretical Physicists Finds Home at Amherst

July 7, 2009 e-News

 

The Anacapa Society, a group promoting research in theoretical and computational physics at primarily undergraduate institutions, signed a letter of understanding with the college on June 2 that established the Amherst campus as its official residence.

 

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