Posts tagged: Amherst College - Diverse

Town of Amherst Seeks to Give Black Residents Reparations

by | March 10, 2021 Amherst, a college town in Massachusetts is looking to provide reparations to African Americans Read more

A Look at Colleges’ Fall Reopening Plans

by | July 8, 2020
With many colleges and universities choosing to reopen for in-person instruction this fall, cam [...] Read more

Dozens of Colleges Have Nixed SAT/ACT for Fall 2021 Admissions Since the Coronavirus Spread

| April 13, 2020
Since the shutdown of educational institutions due to the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of colle [...] Read more

Amherst College President Urges Students to Call Police if Racially Harassed

| April 9, 2020
Amherst College president Biddy Martin has, in a letter this week, urged students and other com [...] Read more

After Racial Incident, Amherst College Suspends Men’s Lacrosse Team, Terminates Coach

| March 23, 2020
Amherst College has suspended its men’s lacrosse team and terminated team coach Jon Thompson [...] Read more

Deceased Amherst Alum’s $25M Gift Benefits Dickinson Museum

| June 6, 2019
William Vickery, who died Feb. 4, has given Amherst College a $25-million gift, with about $22 [...] Read more

Mexican Authorities Dispute U.S. College Student Was Murdered

by Associated Press | May 8, 2018
BOSTON – The family of an American college student who died on spring break in Mexico say [...] Read more

Amherst Student-Athlete Dies in Mexico City

by Associated Press | March 21, 2018
AMHERST, Mass. – A 2014 graduate of the private University School outside Cleveland who playe [...] Read more

Amherst College to Use Mellon Grant to Develop Diverse Faculty

by Lois Elfman | February 19, 2018
As recipient of a prestigious $500,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Amherst Coll [...] Read more

Legacy Preferences Challenged at Elite Schools

by Associated Press | February 14, 2018
BOSTON — Students and alumni at some of the nation’s top universities are urging their [...] Read more