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Hampshire Is Going 100% Solar for Electricity
Partner SolarCity has applied for permits to construct the largest campus solar power system in New England
Three Hampshire Graduates Receive 2016-17 Fulbright Awards
The grants to Eve Allen, Kristina Moss Gunnarsdóttir, and Leanna Pohevitz for the Fulbright US Student Program will enable them to work in Peru, Mexico, and Turkey, respectively
Hampshire Honors Ken Rosenthal for Fifty Years of Service
Hampshire's first treasurer and retiring trustee is honored and named the official Historian of the College
Statement on Investment Policy and Fossil Fuel and Private Prison Industries
Hampshire's investment policy, in place since 2011, has opposed such investments as businesses in the fossil fuel and private prison industries
Coburn's Division III Inspires Public Schools To Act for Conservation and the Environment
Lydia Coburn’s work on her Division III was supported by an Earl Ubell Memorial Science Information Award from Hampshire
CLPP Conference Celebrates 35 Years of Mobilizing for Reproductive Freedom
More than 1,000 students, activists, and community members are expected at the Civil Liberties and Public Policy (CLPP) Program’s 35th-anniversary conference
Renowned British Writer Sissay To Give Public Reading
Official poet for the London 2012 Olympics, Manchester University Chancellor Lemn Sissay to speak at public event on Sunday, March 27
Meo wins Mexican Cities Initiative fellowship from Harvard School of Design
Hampshire alum Mike Meo has won a research grant to study in Mexico City
Alum Craig Sees Law Degree as Tool Kit for Social Change
Alum Catherine Craig works at the intersection of law and social justice, in public-interest environmental work.
Alum's Peace Corps Service and Master's Program Focused on International Environmental Policy
Lindsay Cope is in her final year of a 27-month service assignment as a Peace Corps volunteer, while earning her master’s degree
Jonathan Lash on How Students Must Lead Massive Changes in Energy Policy
Jonathan Lash writes for the Huffington Post on why students must be the leaders in solving our energy crisis.
Preventing HIV: Teaching Thai Teens to Invest in Themselves
On a field-study in Thailand, Human Biology Professor Megan Dobro and her students work with Thai teens to empower them around critical sexual health issues.
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