For Alumni and Friends
Race Matters: Opening a Conversation
President Jonathan Lash’s convocation address set a direction for academic year 2013/14, calling for a discussion of the effects of unconscious racism and a campus-wide commitment to moving from passive to active anti-racism.
Change for Generations
The Hampshire of Color weekend provided an opportunity to look back at how the College’s multicultural community has grown and thrived over the years, at the same time looking ahead to ensure Hampshire’s continued dedication to a fair education regardless of race, gender, and class.
A Home Away From Home
The Hampshire of Color weekend kicked off with an exuberant celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Lebrón-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center. For those involved with the center over its two and […]
Voice and Participation
“A Kaleidoscope of Perspectives,” a celebration of Critical Studies of Childhood, Youth, and Learning’s ten-year anniversary took place March 28. Planners organized the event as a day of interdisciplinary conversation.
Featured events on campus include a retirement party for Maddie Marquez, director of the James Baldwin Scholars program; a ten-year anniversary celebration of Critical Studies of Childhood, Youth, and Learning (CYL); the Cultural Center’s 25th anniversary; and the 2014 ASK for Social Justice conference.
Campus and Community
For Daniel Kojo Schrade, painting becomes a kind of performance art.
“You each leave Hampshire with the propensity to be an unapologetic, unabashed, critically minded citizen of the world.”
We exist within the context of a community, and we don’t want to be a closed institution that offers opportunities solely for our students,” says Matt Haley 10F.
May graduate Jonah Taylor 11S received a 2014 American Inhouse Design Award from Graphic Design USA. While interning at PolicyMap in Philadelphia, Taylor redesigned the organization’s software interface and marketing […]
A $60,000 gift to Hampshire is being used to foster dialogue across campus; build connections among students, faculty, and staff of color; and strengthen relationships within the student community.
A semester abroad in India turned Shalini Kantayya 94F’s focus to the world around her.
“There’s no romanticism about advertising. We’re selling a pair of shoes. Relax.”
Before entering Hampshire College, Garry Owens 72F was drafted into the Army and barely missed being sent to Vietnam.