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The Pain of War
An exhibition at the Mead Art Museum explored the human costs and emotional consequences of war.

Slow Money
Edward "Woody" Tasch '73 is both a venture capitalist and an environmental activist. If he has his way, Wall Street will soon go organic, too. By Mark Cherrington

Grappling With Demons
At Reunion 2004, mental-health specialists from the Class of 1969 explored the difficult dynamics of families dealing with mental illness, using powerful insights from their own lives. By Jeffrey Sternlieb ’69, Robert Simpson ’69, James Maier ’69 and Richard Aronson '69


College Row
A new honor code—A lively campus—College rankings—Committee on Academic Priorities—Animal behavior and pollution—Streakers strike—Amherst Recording Council. Also: From the Folger and Verbatim.

Michael Wohl '07 and Kristin Quinn '07. By Samuel Masinter '04

Amherst Creates
Varieties of afterlife—Sense and Nonsensibility. Also: Short Takes.

What They’re Reading
Hadley Arkes, Edward N. Ney Professor in American Institutions.

Russian men—American soldier.

Johnson Chapel Associate
Parker S. Dorman '44.

  Siama, a woman in Sarajevo, holds a photograph of her daughter


Walker Hall

The Acropolis of Amherst College

Robert Frost Fellow Michael Mazur '57

A Poem by Daniel Hall


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