by Mary Elizabeth Strunk
Studying American culture by planting corn at the College’s Book & Plow Farm.
by Emily Gold Boutilier
121 courses taught for the first time.
by Bill Sweet
The poet is now on the walls of Johnson Chapel.
interview by Emily Gold Boutilier
Dhingra is completing a book on the growth of extracurricular academics—specifically, math enrichment programs and competitive spelling bees.
by Katharine Whittemore
Research lessons from a ’70s TV detective.
by Caroline Hanna
The governor calls on an Amherst senior.
by Craig Kaufman
In 1999, women’s tennis took Amherst by surprise.
by Katherine Duke ’05
She is a lawyer and a former member of the women’s rugby team.