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Hampshire Student Murphy Hunn Bridges History and Craft through Metalworking
We sat down (virtually) with second-year Div II student Murphy Hunn 18F to learn more about his academic work and his proposed Div III project—building a historically accurate suit of metal armor.
Bridging Divides, Embracing Diversity Through Spiritual Student Life Work
A Hampshire student brings together interfaith groups and individuals
Hampshire to Offer 12th Annual ‘Super 8 Filmmaking in Paris’ Course This Summer
Course is deeply connected to our Hampshire philosophy and inquiry-based learning
Culture, Brain, and Development Program Announces Latest Student Grant Awards
CBD’s competitive awards are offered twice a year, and provide critical financial support for students who are conducting in-depth research and ambitious projects.
Planning for Urban Farming
Students create a vertical aquaponics system for growing greens sustainably indoors
How a Personalized Curriculum Drove Successful Entrepreneurship
Darleane Torres Parlays a Robotics Idea into Reality
Students from Havana Exchange Program Present Final Projects
Transformative study abroad opportunity generates wide range of cultural exploration
Hampshire Student Moira Tan Takes a Hard Look at the States’ Threat to Abortion Rights
Living Building is a Learning Lab
Student Oliver Silberstein conducts independent research on rainwater
In his Div III, student Edward Ongweso analyzes why and how Uber has set back its workers
In her Div III, Laura Howard beams in on the shady world of museum acquisition
Research spotlights the importance of ethics in the curation of art and archaeology
Jackson Horne creates a modular sculpture that explores the function of mechanisms in abstract
Peter Pan Pedagogy
In her Div III on cognitive linguistics, Xuemeng Zhao makes the case for teaching ESL to kids through children’s literature
Photo Books Become Home for a Divided Family
Student Claudia Hermano used old negatives and new images to register her family’s experience through difficult times
Writing Comics About Monsters and God
In “Tender Creatures,” student Gabriel Horvath tackles gender identity, belonging, care, and religion
A Deep Exploration of William Blake's Poetic Genius
Graduating student Bailey Fernandez 15F on designing and writing his sublime and torturous final project
Ken Burns Recalls His College Thesis as His First History Documentary
Burns discusses Working in Rural New England in a new retrospective interview special premiering on PBS stations nationwide
Artist Residency Celebrates Freedom and Creativity in Music
Honoring Yusef Lateef’s Legacy and the Art of Improvisation
Students Design Escape Room Show To Puzzle Audiences
This superhero-themed immersive theater experience was designed by students as a project-based fall course
Non Satis Scire, Hampshire's Alumni Magazine, Fall 2018
Bells, borders, a Bessie Award winner, and the confessions of a class notes fanatic: what's inside Non Satis Scire, Fall 2018
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