Hampshire College

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Hampshire College,

at Amherst, Mass.; coeducational; opened 1970. The emphasis of the academic program is on the individual needs of the students. Hampshire participates in a cooperative arrangement with Amherst, Smith, and Mount Holyoke colleges and the Univ. of Massachusetts.
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Several hundred students from 21 New Hampshire colleges and universities will be in attendance, free of charge.
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Amherst College, Boston University, Bridgewater State University, Colgate University, Connecticut College, Hampshire College, Lamar University, Macalester College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Merrimack College, Middlesex Community College, Mount Holyoke College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rutgers University Camden, Salem State University, School for International Training, Smith College, St.
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Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, has become the first of any college or university in the US to divest from companies on the grounds of their involvement in the Israeli occupation of Palestine.
Hampshire College in Massachusetts called for divestment from over 200 companies that the college says is responsible for violating its socially responsible investment policies in Israel.
A native of Westbury, N.Y., RDML Crean began his Navy career as a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Midshipman at the State University of New York Maritime College where he emerged as the Regimental Commander and "Outstanding Midshipman of 1978." In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree in marine transportation and business management, he earned a master of business administration degree from New Hampshire College's Graduate School of Business in 1983.
He holds two Masters of Science degrees, one in Development Studies from the London School of Economics, and the other in Business Education from New Hampshire College.
Holland Lee Hendrix, who has served as chief advancement officer at Hampshire College in Massachusetts and as president of the New York-based Union Theological Seminary, has been named executive director of philanthropy, a new position created by General Synod.
"All these pressures are somewhat creating a perfect storm in which students and parents are aggressively seeking financial assistance from colleges and from anywhere else they can go," said Thomas Horgan, president and CEO of the New Hampshire College & University Council, a consortium of 17 public and private institutions of higher education in New Hampshire.
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