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Tara Bynum to Publish 'Reading Pleasures'
Eighteenth-century writings by African Americans reveal lives of deep religious belief and activism
A Message on the Pittsburgh Shooting from Mim Nelson, David Ko, and Ellen Bernstein
The challenge many of us face today is how best to frame our grief, outrage, and fear in response to these horrifying crimes
In Support of Our and All Trans Communities: Statement From President Nelson
As a humanist and college president, I found the news that the administration seeks to roll back federal protections for transgender people abhorrent
Stephen Dillon Publishes 'Fugitive Life: The Queer Politics of the Prison State'
Prison is a form of slavery when viewed from the perspective of U.S. history, author says
Hampshire Wins International Campus Sustainability Achievement Award for R.W. Kern Center
College is one of three to receive Achievements Awards, from more than 300 entries
Culture, Brain, and Development Program to Celebrate 15th Anniversary at Family & Friends Weekend
CBD has funded some 100 courses and $368,000 in student grants to 260 awardees
Professor Mei Ann Teo Featured by American Theatre Magazine
Professor Teo was featured as one of six "people to watch"
Hampshire's Resident Superorganism, Slime Mold, is Making Headlines
Hampshire College's slime mold faculty scholars are helping students learn how humans solve problems, as reported by national media
Student Marches from New York to D.C. in Support of DREAM Act
Undocumented student Eduardo Samaniego marched 250 miles in February alongside ten others from the Pioneer Valley Workers Center
Alum Gary Marcus talks artificial intelligence on NPR All Tech Considered
NPR asks Hamp alum Gary Marcus about the current state of artificial intelligence and deep learning
Postal Service Debuts Stamp Designed by Alum Derry Noyes
The design, featuring Meyer lemons, debuted in January
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