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Div III Profile: Humphrey-Blanco Studies Genocide in Modern Guatemalan Art
Humphrey-Blanco's Division III sheds light on the artists of the Guatemalan Civil War, who transformed violence into art
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
Hampshire to Host Five College PoetryFest 2016
Festival features two students from each member of the Five College consortium selected by their institution to read their poetry
Troncoso's International Exhibit and Capstone Research Celebrate Blackness in Cuba
Aurelis Troncoso’s second study abroad trip to Cuba unexpectedly paved the way for a third, funded by an Ethics and the Common Good grant, where she curated and premiered an international exhibit.
Student Plans Hampshire Deaf Studies Conference To Remove Barriers
Googie Daniels is committed to bridging the hearing and Deaf communities through her Division III project, including launching a new Deaf Studies conference this month.
Hampshire Announces Ribbon-Cutting Opening Ceremony for Kern Center
"A living symbol of Hampshire's values in practice and ideas in action" – R.W. Kern Center to open Friday April 29, 2016, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the campus community at 10:30am
From car radios to hotspots: Students in Media In Cars amassing public archive
Professor Miller’s seminar is supported by a Five College Blended Learning grant funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Students Plan 7th Annual Five College Queer Gender and Sexuality Conference
Student-led conference to offer an accountable and supportive environment and explore a wide range of topics and their intersections.
First-Year Students Dorm by Shared Interest in Living and Learning Communities
Students from last year's Culture, Brain and Development Community say the arrangement sparked organic conversations, friendships, and project collaborations
Sensenich Examines Native American History and its Absence from U.S. Schools
The overlooked populace of Native Americans was the subject of the Div III project by Jennifer Sensenich
Students Launch Hackathon to Cross Disciplines and Engage Non-Techies
New Hamp Hack event extends to those interested in art, design, fabrication and more from across the Five Colleges.
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.
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