April 14, 2009 e-News
In Room for Debate, an online feature with running commentary on the news, Charles Lewis ’64 wrote that he is seeing the first signs of financial recovery.
The advertising field’s top industry publication described the career and work of David Muhlenfeld, a senior copywriter at The Martin Agency, in a lengthy article.
Jim Impoco’s piece takes a hard look at the mainstream media’s reporting on the financial crisis and argues that previously ignored economic news be given “its rightful place alongside politics, sports and entertainment.”
This online resource—which complements the items in Amherst magazine—enables alumni to post obituaries, remembrances and photos of departed classmates, as well as learn almost immediately of the deaths of fellow graduates.
Dying to know what campus is like these days from a student’s perspective? Read about the life and times of an Amherst sophomore at her new blog on the alumni Web site.
A reporter with the national newspaper described a recent admission committee meeting in a front-page, above-the-fold story that ran in the Sunday, March 22, edition.
March 31, 2009 e-News
Calista McRae ’09 will use the prestigious fellowship to explore ruins and their “suggestive power,” which she says is responsible for a “millennium of poetry and art” that is often sentimentalized and allegorized out of all proportion.
The new special adviser for health-care policy to the director of the White House Office of Management and Budget was the subject of a lengthy feature that touched on his career, accomplishments and famous family.