By Emily Lawson 11F
I met Aaron Lansky, the man who rescued millions of Yiddish books from extinction, in his beautiful library of an office at the Yiddish Book Center he founded. He exuded boyish ebullience …
Haven’t had the chance to see the chorus in person? Love the chorus and can’t get enough?
Check out these performances:
Together in Song on WGBY
“An Irish Blessing” and “Akanamandla” >>
Five College Choral Festival
“Cantique de Jean …
Comedian, writer, filmmaker, and Hampshire College alumnus Eugene Mirman 92F has been selected by the graduating class of 2012 to deliver the keynote address at commencement.
Commencement will be held on May 19, 2012, at 11 a.m. …
By Michael Samuels 09F
“When I was in high school, I frequently dragged home things that I’d discovered abandoned in the alleys of my neighborhood,” says Christina Salway 00F. “And then when I arrived at Hampshire, everyone …
Work by Hampshire College Division III student Alynda Wood has been published in the national science journal Learning & Memory.
Wood is a coauthor of “The Cellular Mechanisms of Memory Are Modified by Experience,” based on …
New Student Programs released an issue of New Student News today.
This issue includes information for students about:
Dates and deadlines
Inclement weather hotlines
Read the New Student News >>
Recently, Warren Buffett made headlines when he publicly demanded that the United States “stop coddling” billionaires like him, and called for higher tax rates for “the mega rich.”
For Chuck Collins 79F, both Buffett and his …