|Recent Alumni Spotlights|
|Entomologist Anna Holden 96F's Research in National Geographic
Hampshire alum and entomologist Anna Holden 96F's research featured in the article "Tar Pits Bees Connect California’s Past to Present" in National Geographic.
|Alum Leah Hager Cohen 85F on No Book but the World
Leah Hager Cohen 85F is interviewed in Bustle about her fifth novel, No Book but the World.
|Alum Starts Local Mandolin Orchestra
Hampshire College alum Adam Sweet 80F is the founder of the South Hadley Mandolin Orchestra.
|Rae Griffiths 88F Uses Animals to Advance Children's Learning
Rae Griffiths 88F is the owner and primary educator of Teaching Creatures. Griffiths gives presentations with a variety of reptiles and mammals she raises to help young people learn more about the natural world.
|Work by Rhys Ernst 01S Featured in Whitney Biennial
Work by Rhys Ernst 01S is featured in the Whitney Biennial, the prestigious survey exhibition that runs from March 7 to May 25 at the Whitney Museum of American Art’s building at 945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street in New York City.
|Hampshire Grad Worked on Frozen’s Academy Award-winning Animation
From an early age, Benjamin Fiske 02F knew he wanted to be an animator. Movies like Toy Story and TV shows like ReBoot introduced him to a world of 3D animation, which he became eager to learn about.
|Winter 2013: Alumni News
Hampshire Alumna Christina Salway 00F on NBC’s American Dream Builders
Friends Since Day One, Alums Collaborate on Exhibition “To Have and To Owe”
"Aamina Sheikh all set for a global showbiz journey"
CBS to Air Richard Barber 71F's The Whole Gritty City
Congratulations, Lupita Nyong'o 03F on your Academy Award Nomination
Hampshire Alum Co-produces Academy Award Nominee The Lady in Number 6
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