"I Would Be a Great Diva," RBG Says at College Event

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg addressed the role of the Court, workplace discrimination and the current political period — “an aberration,” she said — in a conversation with President Biddy Martin on Thursday, Oct. 3.

Unearthing the Archives: An Exploration of Student Engagement Over the Years

Earlier this semester, college rankings for 2020 came out in a number of publications, most publicly in the U.S. News & World Report and The Wall Street Journal.

Harvard Ruling Affirmed by College

Last week, the college welcomed the district court’s ruling in a highly-anticipated case, which decided that Harvard does not discriminate against Asian-American applicants in its admissions process and that race-conscious admissions is constitutional.

Professor Lyle McGeoch Remembered by Community

Lyle McGeoch, Brian E. Boyle ’69 professor of mathematics and computer science, passed away on Oct. 5 from a heart attack. He was 60 years old.

Seeing Double: An Empire of Sand

Columnist Thomas Brodey '22 takes a look at American foreign policy and explores to what extent the United States should impose democratic values on other countries.

The Fight Does Not End Here

Given the recent ruling in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, the Editorial Board unpacks the implications for campus diversity and how it will affect future college applicants.

Welcoming Justice Ginsburg

Cartoonist Emi Eliason ’22 imagines how Ruth Bader Ginsburg would fare during Amherst Orientation.

Why “Mindhunter” Should Be Next on Your Netflix Queue

Looking for a new show on Netflix this fall break? Try “Mindhunter,” but skip the first episode.

Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint Explores Self in Upcoming “Zat Lun”

Amherst College’s Creative Writing Fall Reading Series continued its momentum when visiting writer Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint spoke on Oct. 2 in Frost Library’s Center for Humanistic Inquiry.

“Joker” Showcases Powerful Acting, But Fails On Plot

“Joker” attempts to be provocative, edgy, raw and real — but not even Phoenix’s incredible acting can save the film from utterly confusing its audience.

How My Taylor Swift Love Affair Continues On “Lover”

Taylor Swift is constantly reinventing herself, and so am I.

Football Drops Perfect Record With Loss to Middlebury

Women’s Golf Takes Second Place at Williams Invitational

Field Hockey Tops Wesleyan in NESCAC Match