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Jamie Citron 01F Named to Biden-Harris Administration
Former Obama White House staff member and longtime director of development strategy at the Obama Foundation, Jamie Citron 01F was recently named to the Biden-Harris administration.
For Instagram’s Ian Spalter 94F, an Interdisciplinary Approach is Key Element of Design
Hampshire alum Ian Spalter 94F is the head of Instagram Japan and can be seen on Netflix’s Abstract: The Art of Design.
Assault on Democracy — Letter from President Wingenbach
“I am grateful to be part of a community committed to building a more just world, and hope everyone at Hampshire can take courage from our collective values and solidarity.”
Alum Makes $2 Million Donation, Second Seven-Figure Contribution This Month
100% Trustee Participation in Change in the Making Campaign led by retired NASA scientist and College Trustee Dr. Lucy McFadden.
Letter from the President on Plans for Spring 2021
The spring semester will include even more Covid-19 testing as well as additional opportunities for safe, in-person instruction and socializing
Hampshire College Receives Largest Single Donation Since Founding
Philanthropists Paula H. and James S. Crown 71F invest $5 million in the Change in the Making Campaign, launching a Founders Challenge to encourage additional support.
In Conversation with Christoph Cox, Part 1
Dean of Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs discusses the new academic program and new student model.
Fourth-Annual ENGAGE! Conference Addressed Dismantling Violence
The event was also Hampshire’s Second Community Education Day, part of the College’s new academic curriculum
A Year of Events Celebrating 50 Years
During the pandemic, Hampshire commemorates its semicentennial with numerous online presentations
Fall 2020 Update from the President
We have given ourselves the opportunity to make Hampshire work under unexpected conditions, and, with continuing vigilance and creativity, we will continue this success
Taking a Deep Dive into Dolphin Communication
Exploring many interests leads Div III student to intensive study of marine mammals.
Statement Regarding the Department of Education’s Princeton Investigation
Hampshire President Ed Wingenbach has signed on to a statement co-authored by Amherst College and Wesleyan University Presidents
First Community Education Day Centers on Anti-Black Racism
One of a series of programmatic events complements new academic curriculum
Hampshire Farm Provides Free Vegetables to Students
Fall shares for mod residents provide fresh options for meals without leaving campus
Asymptomatic Testing Program for Fall 2020
A biweekly protocol to monitor the community and keep campus safe
Getting to Know the Fall 2020 Entering Students
They are athletes, musicians, farmers, filmmakers, scientists, philosophers, and, above all, debaters
First Community Orientation Kicks Off Hampshire’s Fall Semester
Dr. Barbara Love delivers a message inspiring action, equality, and justice
Community Commons Summer Grants Announced
This year, the COVID-19 pandemic made on-site internships untenable, and students had to quickly figure out alternatives for summer work
Hampshire College Appoints Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Zauyah Waite
Waite joins Hampshire from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, a private liberal arts institution of 2,200 students, where she was vice president for student affairs & dean of students.
Classes to Begin August 25: Planning for Fall at Hampshire
Fall classes will now begin on August 25 and end on November 20, the Friday prior to Thanksgiving
Appointment of Co-Deans of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Latin American Studies Roosbelinda Cardenas and Associate Professor of African American History Amy Jordan have accepted the position
Cooperation in a Crisis
Hampshire College faculty and administration reach budget agreement in the time of COVID-19
Resisting Racism and White Supremacy
“This moment requires something of all of us.”
Hampshire Celebrates 2020 Graduates at 50th-Anniversary Commencement, Held Online
Despite no on-campus ceremony this year, no lack of commemoration
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