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Hampshire College Welcomes Hitchcock Center for the Environment to its Cultural Village
To mark the organization's move to campus, the College has designated nature trails for education and recreation adjacent to the Hitchcock Center's new home
Tradition of Environmental Justice Courses Continues This Fall
Class topics include global overpopulation, agriculture, and international relations, connected to themes of justice and equity
Students Win Top Design Prize at National Conference
As the only undergraduate team competing, six Hampshire students won the top prize in the American Ecological Engineering Society’s student design challenge
Students in New Social Enterprise Course Learn to Develop Tech Serving Small Farms Worldwide
Students strive to create affordable agricultural products for developing countries and locally, in western Massachusetts
Students, Professors Present Research at National Ecological Conference
The R.W. Kern Center's green 'living building' systems are the focus of a yearlong Integrated Sciences program
Students in Game Course Seek to Publish New Game in Four Months
Interdisciplinary Game Studio class is hard at work developing a new adventure mobile game
'Art Questions' Course Provides Sweeping, Immersive Arts Experience
Professor Koehler's course was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) “Enduring Questions” grant, awarded to only 11 percent of applicants nationwide and funding only about 20 projects annually
Roddenberry Foundation Funds Sustainability Solve-A-Thon
Grant will support innovative approaches to climate change and sustainability at Hampshire.
Soundin' Like Weself: Jacob Hochberger's radio documentary featured on Afropop Worldwide
Hochberger’s Division III project highlights raspo, a form of rhythmic poetry that came out of the black power movement in the 1970s and ’80s.
Student's Venture Matches Hosts and Travelers Worldwide to Promote Peace
El Baggari is leading a team of half a dozen technology entrepreneurs in developing her online platform, branded Voyaj
It's On You: Symposium Shows What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur
The recent "Entrepreneurship the Hampshire Way" symposium sparked conversations and highlighted alumni and student work.
Designing for a Purpose
Katie Coupe learned of the exam-table project after taking the January term course in El Salvador, and decided to get involved.
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