Andrew Figueroa 10F is done with his Division III (senior) project, and now he’s taking it on the road. As the primary writer and performer of Mixed-Race Mixtape, Figueroa has been refining the piece since he first performed it as part of his Div III project in October.
Four Hampshire College students have been awarded Earl Ubell Grants, which recognize and support exceptional work that in some way seeks to make the scientific method or scientific findings accessible to nonscientists.
Jorrell Watkins of Hampshire College is one of four students from across the Five College consortium that will present original scripts for the stage at the annual WORD! Festival on March 26. The event, which is free and open to the public, starts at 7 p.m. in Hampshire’s Red Barn.
Chemi Chemi’s interest in public policy and women’s rights has roots in her own life experiences. The second-year student immigrated with her family from Tibet to Nepal before they finally settled in Brooklyn, and faced dramatic cultural upheavals with each move.
Fall 2014 Ray and Lorna Coppinger Endowment Grants have been awarded to five Hampshire College students — Josia Gertz DeChiaria, Matt Hecking, Ben Liebman, Aaron Lindeke-Myers, and Tim Stiles — to support research projects in the cognitive and biological sciences.
For years, one of Alissa Graff’s athletic goals was to play on an NCAA basketball team. When it came time to choose a college, though, she turned away from that dream in favor of the intellectual challenge she knew Hampshire would bring.
Martha Pskowski 09F of Hampshire College has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to Mexico in environmental studies, the United States Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board announced recently.
The Arts Village buzzed with activity September 12 during HampFest, the biannual student activities fair where student groups present themselves to the Hampshire community. More than 100 groups participated this year.
A research paper by Haoxi Zhan 12F, "A Quantitative Analysis of the Simplification Genetic Operator," has been accepted for presentation and publication at a workshop at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference in Vancouver.
Third-year Hampshire College student Miriam King has been awarded a 2014-15 Virginia J. Wagner Scholarship. These scholarships are given annually to students for their valuable contributions to the Five College Dance Department's (FCDD) programs and productions.