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A Project-Based Approach to Teaching Game Design
Over the course of three months, a group of students, faculty, staff, and community members designed, developed, and published the free digital game Word Snack.
2014 CBD Fall Grant Awards Announced
The Culture, Brain and Development program has awarded grants to seven students to pursue interdisciplinary research.
Hampshire College Student Dances for Parkinson’s
“I always knew I wanted to combine neuroscience research and dance,” she said.
Five Hampshire College Science Students Receive Coppinger Grants
Fall 2014 Ray and Lorna Coppinger Endowment Grants have been awarded to five Hampshire College students to support research projects in the cognitive and biological sciences.
Hampshire Student Receives Earl Ubell Grant To Support Div III Thesis
Ben Condron has been awarded an Earl Ubell Grant supporting his thesis examining the medical use of cannabis and its legalization in Massachusetts
Colleges that Change Lives: A Student Perspective
In the series “Student Voices,” current students write about the reasons they chose Hampshire and how our educational model works from their perspective.
Hampshire Student Competes in Bluegrass Festival
Second-year Hampshire College student Tatiana Hargreaves competed in the 2014 FreshGrass bluegrass festival in September.
"Tour de Hamp" Participates in Will Bike 4 Food Fundraiser
“Tour de Hamp,” a Hampshire College team, rode in the Western Massachusetts Food Bank’s fourth annual Will Bike 4 Food fundraising event on September 28.
Hampshire at the Largest Climate March in History
There was a heavy feeling in the air on Sunday morning, September 21, in Central Park West and 6th Avenue. The feeling before a big thunderstorm: something was approaching, a fiery anticipation of action.
Hampshire President Jonathan Lash on Why 'Mission Is the Core Commitment'
Hampshire College President Jonathan Lash blogs for the Huffington Post on why mission, not money, must be the core commitment for higher education institutions.
Alex Emmanuele 12F: Challenging the Status Quo
“It’s exciting to see the way Hampshire works with community involvement,” says Alex Emmanuele.
A 'Very Hampshire Approach' to Academics and Athletics
Four years after passing up offers to play NCAA basketball, Alissa Graff is now leading a Division III thesis, examining conflict resolution in Detroit involving city communities and governmental and nongovernmental organizations
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