’81 Filmmaker’s Work Earns Two Oscars

 

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Nominated for seven Academy Awards—including best director—David O. Russell’s The Fighter prevailed in the best supporting actor and best supporting actress categories. Moviegoers, watch for actor Jenna Lamia ’98 in her role as Sherri Ward. 

 

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’06 Alumna Sets Her Sights on U.S. Army Veterinary Corps

 

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Law & Order in Real Life

 

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Amherst Hoops Teams Make the Cut

 

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Both of the college’s basketball squads will begin their NCAA Tournament runs this weekend, with the Lord Jeff women hosting the opening rounds while the men travel to Worcester, Mass. Check the athletics website for game times, ticket prices and ways to follow all of the action live online. 

 

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Dispatch from the Presidential Search Committee

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"D-I Swimmer, D-III School"

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So proclaimed the headline of a nearly eight-minute National Public Radio (NPR) piece on Kendra Stern '11, who continues to rack up wins for the college's swim team. Stern was featured Feb.

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Calling All Cars

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Lost your wallet at Reunion? Want to know the Office of Admission's phone number? Call any of the lines that ring into Campus Dispatch, a tiny room that helps the college run smoothly and safely.

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Launch of New Lit Journal on Campus Spotlighted by Inside Higher Ed

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In supporting The Common, as well as a companion publishing internship program and literary publishing course, Amherst is taking "the road less traveled," according to a story the higher education website.
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'91 Alumnus Stages Carnegie Hall Concert to Raise Funds for 2010 Pakistani Flood Victims

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George Mathew, founder and artistic director of Music for Life International, hoped to net $100,000 from his Jan. 31 Beethoven for the Indus Valley performance.

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'59 Economist Featured in Forbes.com Q&A

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In a broad interview with publication and website namesake Steve Forbes, Gary Shilling, president of A. Gary Shilling & Co., Inc. and editor of A.
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