In two years, students will face College Board’s new SAT. To prepare for it, high schools may make changes of their own.
In a letter to Smith’s president, Kathleen McCartney, Christine Lagarde said she’d heard from students opposing her selection and she did not want to detract from graduation.
Su Meck’s traumatic brain injury wiped out all her memories before she was 22, and they never came back.
Librettist Harley Eardman, who teaches at UMass Amherst, and composer Eric Sawyer, who teaches at Amherst College, have made the story of two Irish Catholic laborers wrongly accused of murder
In journalist Russ Rymer’s first stab at fiction, he dives into a world of diplomats and doctors, as well as heart transplants and heartbreak.
If you drove down Belmont Avenue in Northampton, Massachusetts last night, you’d see three large houses that are mostly dark, in a neighborhood of well-lit homes. After several years of planning and meetings, Smith College is starting construction on Ford Hall, its new science and engineering building. The College’s plan has been a contentious issue for the community surrounding the campus. Smith will soon be demolishing those darkened houses. The residents are required to move out by January 31st. WFCR’s Tina Antolini has this report.