#photofriday. Jonathan Kitzen 86F and Lupita Nyong’o 03F at the Vanity Fair after-party. Kitzen is holding the Oscar for Lady in Number 6, which lives with Kitzen’s producing partner Nick Reed. Nyong’o is holding her Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. All total, three alums and one faculty member from Hampshire College have received recognition recently from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Kitzen.
throwback: Lupita Nyong’o’s name on a prop in our theatre scene shop - after shows the cast will sign a prop and hang it in the scene shop forever. Found by Div III student Anna Nilles. Apparently she was lying on the floor trying to de-stress and BAM! There’s the name.
- Reblogged from hampshireadmissions
#PhotoFriday: Since 2004, the Cultural Center has organized an annual ASK for Social Justice program for the campus community. The purpose is to host a program that explores essential attitudes, skills, and knowledge for promoting social justice. This year’s program took place February 21-22 with the theme of “microaggressions.” —
Our admissions officers give great campus tours! Even the deer want to go on one.
The new Concentration in Psychoanalytic Studies at Hampshire College will be announced on Thursday, February 27, at an event held at the National Yiddish Book Center from 4 to 6 p.m. All are welcome. A reception will follow the program.
#PhotoFriday. Pictures taken around campus by the Hampshire community. Have a pic to share? Tag them #HampshireCollege on Instagram and we’ll add them to the album. Photos by Laura E Waters, vcapote, Wilson Freeman, Abby Hanus, Amy Diehl, Ilse López, Laura E Waters, and
The Hampshire College Dance Program presents its annual Winter Dance Concert February 20-22, 2014 at 8 p.m. in the Main Dance Studio of the Music and Dance Building.
Video by Chani Bockwinkel 07F
Check out Whole Gritty City, a film by Richard Barber 71F.
Who says Valentine’s Day has to be just for soul mates? Hasn’t Hallmark ever heard of modmates?
One of the many enduring and lasting legacies of our time at Hampshire is the close friendships we make and keep throughout our lives. Call them BFFs or besties, they’re the people who helped shape and nurture us. Send us photos of you and your Hampshire bestie(s) either back in the day, today, or both and we’ll add them to a Facebook album on Valentine’s Day this Friday.
You can also share your pictures on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #HampshireCollegeBFFs.
(Pictured: Chip Rodgers 73F and Isabelle Carlhian 72F)
When he began working on the documentary The Lady in Number 6, Jon Kitzen 86F didn’t know what the final product would be. He and the others working on the film only knew that they had an incredible story to tell.