25 November 2015

november work

A look at what I've been up to this month:

 Theatre class
 Cartoonist Joe Sacco
 One year after the groundbreaking of the Kern Center
 Campus at night
 "Love in a Fallen City," a great performance by Hampshire College Theatre.
Scouting the location for an acapella shoot for Admissions, video to come
The groups had a pizza break, and subsequently this happened:

a day at mt. greylock

At the highest point in Massachusetts, in the Berkshires, at 3,491 feet --

12 November 2015

recent work and videos

Hampshire College alum and former faculty member Robin Coste Lewis, a finalist for the 2015 National Book Award for Poetry, returned to campus to read from Voyage of the Sable Venus.

Why we don't accept SAT/ACT tests:

Alumni Karen Marshall's 30-year photographic meditation

A Kern Center Tutorial class video:
And, linguistics class.

fall fun

From the woods to the harbor

10 November 2015

friends & family weekend

A look at the annual Friends and Family weekend from the third weekend of October!
Outdoor performance of the Royal Frog Ballet, with a video from it here:

autumn aerials

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    a particular position or point in space.
 The Pioneer Valley

19 October 2015

upstate ny camping

A wonderful 30 hour camping trip to Beacon, NY, and Fahnestock State Park

15 October 2015

slow down & enjoy the 17mph ride (and other stories)

Off the field, please!
Some recent stories and a look at our new site:
A fun Hampshire-esque feature on the number 17 and math professor David Kelly:
And short video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQseDFBKSXU&feature=youtu.be
A video I put together on spring neuroscience/dance graduate Miriam King:
A South Korean film crew was on campus a week or two ago filming a segment about American education, here's a look:
From convocation last month, a photo of my favorite inspiring trustee and first Hampshire class alumni Luis Hernandez as the keynote speaker:
"It's like summer camp," first-year students said of their first week at college.
A group of Hampshire students learned about local sustainable farming practices by touring Small Ones Farm with Hampshire student and Small Ones Farm employee Matt Kaminsky and farm owner Bob Fitz.

We were in the news a lot quite recently after being dropped from U.S. News and World Report from Best Colleges for no longer looking at SAT/ACT scores. Here's why: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XCSD3JvhNw