COVID-19 has caused upheaval and grief; it has also led us to a new appreciation of compassion, resilience and selflessness. It has laid bare social inequalities and caused us, as individuals and as societies, to think more deeply about interdependence and responsibility to the common good.
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Oncologist and bioethicist Zeke Emanuel '79, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and vice provost for global initiatives and chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, will join Amherst College President Biddy Martin.
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This series is sponsored by the President's Office and funded by the Croxton Lecture Fund.
In the time of uncertainty and anxiety, poetry brings us hope, inspiration and reflection. Have you been reading or writing poems in the pandemic? Do you want to share the lines you've read or written with the Amherst community? Please fill out the form: //forms.gle/AqT9ofE76gL9edCp6 or email your response to Haoran Tong '23 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome all students, faculty, staff, alumni and parents of Amherst College to participate! Help us lead a poetic life to overcome the difficult circumstances. We plan to compile all submissions into an anthology titled "Amherst Poetry in the Pandemic."