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Food, Sex and the Hummingbird: Biology Professor Discusses His Work -
Colloquium Event Transforms Quad into Outdoor Stage -
President's Tour Builds Bridges To Asia -
Powerhouse Opens Its Doors, Campus Nightlife Gets a Jolt -
Journalist Bob Woodward Questions Obama’s Leadership at Campus Event -
Making Discoveries at the Mead: New Classes, New Exhibitions -
Amherst Launches Athletics Webcasting Initiative -
Prof’s Book on Nazi Occupation of Paris is a National Book Award Candidate -
Translation’s growing importance to be focus of Copeland Colloquium at Amherst College -
Professor’s Second Novel Gracefully Tackles Volatile Social and Political Issues -
RT @palaeoben: Five College Faculty Symposium @AmherstCollege kicks off with Rob DeConto on Antarctica's future contribution to sea level rise. Cool stuff!
RT @amherstlibrary: Check out the student summer research poster session in Frost Friday (1-3p) & info session on research opportunities (3-3.30p). Plus food!
.@CBSThisMorning explores @FolgerLibrary, interviews Stephen H. Grant '63, biographer of Henry (1879) & Emily Folger:
RT @ibrattleboro: 1885: Henry Ward Beecher says his earliest remembered address was given in Brattleboro on temperance; he was a junior in Amherst college.
Translation’s Growing Importance to Be Focus of Copeland Colloquium -
President Martin to New Students: 'We Celebrate Both Teaching and Learning' -
Fast Molecules: Amherst to House Sought-After Spectrometer -
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