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Grads Urged to Nurture Community, Work for Justice at 2017 Commencement
With a far-reaching address, keynote speaker Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor calls on Hampshire's 47th graduating class to embrace history, struggle, solidarity, and hope
Div III Profile: Isaiah Mann, GlowLime Games, and Defender's Light
Mann co-founded the GlowLime gaming collective at the Five Colleges, and helped design a number of original video games
Student-Driven Theatre On Display in Hampshire’s Theatre Board
A committee of students programs the College's theater season each year and oversees operations and budget
Division III Profile: May Hemler's "Be My Body, Read My Books"
Hemler's project seeks to change perceptions of disabled people using large-format photography
Hampshire College Welcomes First Non-Human Scholars-In-Residence
The Center for Plasmodial Research will host visiting scholars of the Physarum polycephalum species through 2019
Presidential Search Committee Interviews Executive Search Firms, Surveys Hampshire Community
The search committee has narrowed the field of search firm applicants, and interviews began the first week of May
HampHack Students Tackle 21st-Century Problems in 24-Hour Challenge
Hundreds of student hackers representing schools throughout the Northeast attended the second annual event
Professor Koehler Named Visiting Senior Fellow at the National Gallery of Art
Karen Koehler will conduct summer research in Washington, D.C., on the architect Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus School of Art
Div III Profile: Syrian Refugee Accounts Inspire Student's Emergency Response App
Goal of David Pearl’s Bystand app is to make first-aid info, emergency assistance more responsive and accessible
Hampshire Awards First Ikeda Soka Scholarship for Studies of Peace-Building, Empathy, Ethical Leadership
Natalie Strohm receives the first scholarship from the $500,000 endowment established by alum Elisabeth Carter to advance “the highest potential of human beings”
Faculty Take Learning Outside the Classroom for First-Year Students
New tutorial courses allow more faculty-student interaction and more learning in the community and throughout the Five Colleges
Division III Profile: Jennifer Maxwell Takes 'One Step Forward'
Project combines art, animation, and computer science to create a community animated film built from art made by people recovering from mental illness
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