October 26, 2012
With our farm and our community's comfort working across disciplinary boundaries, Hampshire College is the perfect place to ask challenging questions about food for the future. Everyone attending the Food and Farm event on campus on October 24 was challenged to "think big." Or, in the words of Hampshire graduate Howard Wein 93F, to "turn the operating model upside down."
"U.S. colleges and universities invest a lot of money. We need to think about the future we are investing in." President Jonathan Lash's latest Huffington Post blog entry >>
Adopted by the Board of Trustees last year, Hampshire's Policy on Environmental, Social and Governance Investing is one of the most comprehensive and forward-looking in the country. If you would like to learn more about how Hampshire manages its investments, the policy is available on our website. More >>
Students led the way on this sustainability initiative: new hydration stations have been installed on campus, and bottled water will no longer be sold at Hampshire or distributed at campus events. More >>
Civil rights lawyer and activist Michelle Alexander—author of The New Jim Crow—will deliver the 15th Annual Eqbal Ahmad Lecture on Thursday, November 1, at 4 p.m. More >>
Lectures, readings, exhibitions, and other events during Family, Alumni, & Friends weekend showcased the amazing work of Hampshire students, faculty, and alums.
What's it like to study abroad as a Hampshire student? Here's a report on one student's experience: Michael Samuels 09F writes about spending spring semester in Madrid. More >>
Two Hampshire professors have work featured in the Amherst Biennial and the campus is the host site for other local artists' work. Photos >>
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