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Non Satis Scire, Hampshire's Alumni Magazine, Fall 2016
Writing book (plates), documenting New Orleans band leaders, talking molecular biology, making a great pair of sideburns, dishing it out at the Red Barn, and more
"That's It," And He Left The Room: Lessons From a Veteran Professor
"Rather than forcing them to do a class project I designed, they choose their own. Get them to teach themselves how to learn, and there will be no problem they can't ever attack."
Alum-Curated Exhibit Features Photographs from Hampshire's Collection
A series of student Division III shows will lead up to the exhibit 'In each hand I keep each of my eyes' centered on Manuel Álvarez Bravo photographs
Hampshire Opens Advanced Collaborative Modeling Center
Center offers cutting-edge technology and a conceptual and physical space for students and faculty to collaborate using models—mathematical, physical, computer, and more
Five College Program Offers Certificate in Reproductive Justice
Program spans disciplines across the Five Colleges and encompasses reproductive health care, welfare policy, gender justice, and adoption
Campus Events To Explore Medieval Ethiopian Manuscript
Rare manuscript owned by alum Bob McCarthy was analyzed as part of the 2016 Institute for Curatorial Practice Internship Program at Hampshire
Hampshire Alums D'Aloia and Cantwell Return to Talk Business
Students learning entrepreneurship hear strategies practiced by Hampshire alums in business – tech venture founder Liz D'Aloia and craft beer brewer Dick Cantwell
Game Design Professor Embeds Hidden Puzzles in R.W. Kern Center
Former senior game designer at Electronic Arts sets mystery puzzles into building’s interior framing and design
Tutorials Initiate Students To Take Initiative Over Their Learning
All incoming students chose a tutorial course this fall from some 30 offerings across disciplines – we spoke with three tutorial professors
Community Organizers Page and Carruthers Speak on 'Resisting Racial Violence'
Eqbal Symposium talk was part of a week of events themed 'Looking Back, Moving Forward,' continuing a year of focus on the College’s commitment to undo racism
Muhammad Delivers Eqbal Lecture on Race and Policing
Harvard Kennedy School Professor explores the question, "How did liberals with the best of intentions build prison America?"
Hampshire College Events: October and November 2016
Events include a week dedicated to study, reflection, and discussion about our work on campus and in society to undo racism and support communities of color
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