October 15, 2023: Fall Festival included seasonal favorites (think mini lobster rolls, cider donuts, apple bacon cheddar grilled cheese), live music, pumpkin carving, horse-drawn wagon rides, face-painting, lawn games and more
In March of 2023, a group of Amherst College students, sponsored by the Loeb Center for Career Exploration & Planning, traveled to D.C. where they spent four days learning about careers in government and nonprofit. Text by Katharine Whittemore.
August 28-September 4: From move-in day to wellness skits and tours of the Emily Dickinson Museum, Orientation for the class of ’27 concluded with a Convocation and a luminary display. Terras Irradient.
Be a Mammoth is an open-house program that gives admitted students the opportunity to sample life at Amherst through the firsthand experiences of attending classes, meeting faculty, talking with enrolled students and touring the campus.
January 2023: Over winter break, most students leave campus for some well-deserved rest from the demands of the academic term. Others stay at the College over January. Here’s a look at five students who spent January rehearsing, practicing, and studying for their senior theses.
February 19, 2023: Attendees to Winter Fest 2023 enjoyed interactive games, inflatables, live music, ice skating, an abundance of food, and more.
October 16, 2022: Candied apples + horse-drawn wagon rides + lobster rolls + live bluegrass music = Fall Festival 2022, now in its 9th year!