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Hampshire College

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Liberal arts college, founded 1965 by Harold F. Johnson.

Location:
Amherst, MA

Founding Date:
1965

Enrollment:
1267

Official Website:
http://www.hampshire.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Shari Belafonte
Actor
22-Sep-1954   Harry's daughter
Dennis Boutsikaris
Actor
21-Dec-1952   Jerry Harper on The Jackie Thomas Show
Ken Burns
Film Director
29-Jul-1953   Documentary filmmaker
Chuck Collins
Activist
1960   United for a Fair Economy
James S. Crown
Business
25-Jun-1953   Henry Crown and Company
Rob Epstein
Film Director
6-Apr-1955   The Times of Harvey Milk
Jon Krakauer
Author
12-Apr-1954   Into Thin Air
Eugene Mirman
Actor
24-Jul-1974   Eugene on Flight of the Conchords
David Moscow
Actor
14-Nov-1974   Big
Liev Schreiber
Actor
4-Oct-1967   Actor, voiceover talent
Elliott Smith
Guitarist
6-Aug-1969 21-Oct-2003 Indie guitarist stabbed himself to death
Lee Smolin
Physicist
1955   The Trouble with Physics

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leonard Baskin
Sculptor
15-Aug-1922 3-Jun-2000 Sculptor and printmaker
Norton Juster
Author
2-Jun-1929   The Phantom Tollbooth

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ralph E. Gomory
Business
c. 1938   Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Percy A. Pierre
Educator
3-Jan-1939   President, Prairie View A&M University, 1983-89
Adele Simmons
Administrator
21-Jun-1941   President, MacArthur Foundation, 1989-99
Cora Weiss
Activist
?   Samuel Rubin Foundation


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