Mead and the Death of Alexis Gewertz Shepard
After their daughter died in an accident, two anthropologists
agreed to join native friends in Papua New Guinea for a mourning ritual that was
touching and difficult.
By Deborah Gewertz and Frederick Errington
Online Extra: Papa
New Guinea Online and other related links
Weakened by ALS, writer Phil Simmons '80 finds
generous supportand much to think aboutin his small New Hampshire
By Paul Statt '78
Online Extra: NPR
audio segment and related links
on the Air
Christine Galavotti '78 and her colleagues
at the Centers for Disease Control are using the radio to curb AIDS in Africa.
By Jennifer Acker '00
Online Extra: CDC
Global AIDS Program and other related links
Gerety Announces Plans to Step Down
New life for an old landmarkRemembering Prof.
G. Armour Craig '37Shea becomes TreasurerMartin, Barton '07,
Softball pitcher Lauren Peloquin is downright miraculous.
By Kevin Graber
Two books about rememberingReceived and recommended.
About Class NotesDesign is praisedThings
Robert Frost saidSmallpox redux.
Picture Was Incredible"
At 4 p.m. on September 21, 1938, the great 1938
Hurricane struck Amherst.
Aqua-pella Philip T. Ives '32 Weather Station
Chapel Associate Profile
Peter J. Weiller '56