In anticipation of the 2014 Caldecott Medal awarded annually to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children for the preceding year, Susan Bloom selected her favorites in a talk at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.
It all started on a Wednesday afternoon for me too. September 18th, 2013 if I am not wrong. I was nervous, confused and not ready to go inside an American high school for the first time. How was I going to ‘survive’ amongst these young teenagers?
Dan Johnson, the general manager of the recently opened Freedom Cafe in Amherst, discusses how the business started off as well as what they hope to achieve.
The University Museum of Contemporary Art lies in the heart of the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus. The gallery is located in the bottom portion […]
The world is all about change, evolution, and learning. Life can throw you curveballs and take you in many different directions, but it is always […]
Anna Gustines is a current University of North Carolina student, a hardworking and driven 21 year old, and a bit out of place… She is […]
The 22nd anual Taste of Amherst was a huge hit in the town common of Amherst, Massachusetts two weekends ago in early June. The music […]
The Amherst History Museum is housed in the three-story Simeon Strong House, which was built in the 1750s. Simeon Strong was a judge in Amherst who […]
Television host, political commentator and author Rachel Maddow will give a talk on Saturday, March 30, at 7 p.m. in Johnson Chapel on the Amherst […]
Living in the Pioneer Valley is an experience on its own. And being the college town that it is, the Valley houses students from all […]