|Recent Alumni Spotlights|
|Eddie Tejeda 01F, Co-founder of BlightStatus
Eddie Tejeda 01F is one of the co-founders of an app called BlightStatus, created as part of Code for America's fellowship program.
|Alum Named One of 100 Most Creative People in Business
Ian Spalter 94F is on the list for Fast Company's 100 Most Creative People in Business.
|Roddenberry Big Impact Grants Awarded
Two Hampshire graduates, Aaron Wieler 01F and Benjamin Herson 95F, have been awarded a total of $11,500 through the College’s first Roddenberry Big Impact grant program.
|Hannah Todd 03F Directs Up a Storm (Tempest)
To Hannah Todd 03F, Hampshire’s theatre program stands out. “No other school has a program like it, completely student-run,” she says.
|Arpita Kumar 03F’s short film Sita at 2013 Cannes Short Film Corner
Hampshire alum Arpita Kumar 03F’s graduate thesis film, Sita, from CalArts has been officially selected at the 2013 Cannes Short Film Corner.
|Evan Viera 02F's Animated Short 'Caldera' now Available Online
Evan Viera 02F's Caldera explores the ambiguous reality inhabited by people experiencing psychosis, through the tale of a young girl suffering from mental illness.
|Joanna Ballantine 87F Named Regional Director for Trustees of Reservations
Joanna Ballantine 87F has been named the new regional director for Trustees of Reservations, the oldest statewide land conservation organization in the United States.
|Tobin Porter-Brown 05F Helps Grow a New Farm
“My dream has always been to start a farm at an educational institution,” says Tobin Porter-Brown 05F. "I figured I was going to have to move far away, and that it was going to take a long time.”
|“MissBroadwayDork” Alex Heinen 02F
“I started out just posting videos, trying to challenge myself to sing in front of people,” says Alex Heinen 02F.
|'Distinct Paths, Same Destination'
Alum and choreographer Yasuko Yokoshi 83F is featured in the New York Times for her reimagining of "a Kabuki dance classic through a story that mirrors the tale of Giselle."
|Winter/Spring 2013: Alumni News
ParaNorman Set Dresser Duncan Gillis 94F: ParaNorman, the stop-action movie from Laika Entertainment, about a misunderstood boy who can see ghosts, was nominated for Best Animated Feature Film at this year’s Oscars. The movie’s credits include Hampshire alum Duncan Gillis 94F.
Tanja Hollander and the Art of Friendship: On New Year’s Eve 2010, while composing a handwritten letter to a friend in Afghanistan and writing on Facebook to a friend in Jakarta (Sandeep Ray 88F), Tanja Hollander 90F started thinking seriously about the many forms friendship can take.
Unfinished Tom Joslin Film Completed at Hampshire College: Architecture of Mountains, an unfinished film by Tom Joslin, has been completed by Professor Abraham Ravett and two Hampshire alums, Sam Shapiro 07F and Ben Balcom 04F.
Alum Featured as Cover Story on The Wire: Daniel Lopatin 00F — aka Oneohtrix Point Never — is featured as the cover story for February's issue of music magazine The Wire.
Pale Cowboy: “Hampshire was a launching point”: The band Pale Cowboy features alums Karl Helander 09S (guitar/vocals), Phoebe Berkel 07F (vocals, percussion and keyboards), and Maxwell Wareham 09S (lead guitar/vocals).
Guitar Zero Listed as One of Best Music Books of 2012: Guitar Zero by neuroscientist and alum Gary Marcus 86F is #2 on the 'Best Music Books of 2012' list by Brain Pickings.
Brendan Toller 04F Tells a Secret History of Rock and Roll: Brendan Toller 04F uses interviews cut from his Division III film to launch his newest project, a documentary about legendary rock and roll figure Danny Fields.
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