In August, Amherst named Letitia Johnson its new chief investment officer, succeeding Mauricia Geissler. Johnson comes to the College after 13 years at Cambridge Associates.
To reflect on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, read an interview with history professor Jen Manion and an article about Marvin Bell ’19E, the latest winner of the David Kirp ’65 Stonewall Prize.
A 190-million-year-old set of dinosaur footprints has found a home at the Beneski Museum of Natural History, after being poached from a shale ledge in Gill, Mass., and recovered by police.
Catch up with Lyndsey Scott ’06 in an Alumni in the Field video. She's put her Amherst education to versatile use as a fashion model, actor and software engineer.
Author Nancy Pick ’83 tells some “Weird Amherst”
Watch Gib Biddle ’84 give a talk on “Netflix's Customer Obsession: How to Delight Inherently Unsatisfiable Customers.”