Sophie Koh pursues her intellectual passions with a higher purpose. Her commitment to cultivating inclusivity encourages us all to contribute to meaningful change in the spaces we occupy.
Brooke Hoffman '23E
Out of about 6,000 independent theaters nationwide, Amherst Cinema was one of seven satellite screening locations for the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. Managing Arts & Living Editor Brooke Hoffman ’23E sits down with Executive Director Yasmin Eisenhauer to discuss the programming.
From the football field to the legal domain, the through line of Jean Fugett '72’s multifaceted career has been an unwavering work ethic and passion for each pursuit.
Halloween brings out some brilliantly creative costumes every year, and 2021 has been no different — either on or off campus. From Baller Biddy to Megamind, Managing Arts & Living Editor Brooke Hoffman '23E breaks down her favorite costumes from last weekend.
Amherst celebrated its bicentennial last Friday with a concert from Grammy Award-winning artist Common. Managing Arts and Living Editor Brooke Hoffman '23E and Staff Writer Brianne LaBare '25 cover the bash at the base of Memorial Hill.
Through her academic and extracurricular work, Lewis has made an indelible mark on each community she’s touched. Photo courtesy of Ayo Lewis ’21.From conducting critical research to igniting change at Amherst and beyond, neuroscience major Ayodele (“Ayo”) Lewis has built a stellar track record over the course of
In a year bereft of lively, in-person assembly, the Sabrinas have stepped up to fill the void. Despite the pandemic and its misfortunes, the stellar a cappella group has trudged forward, coming back stronger than ever this spring with a modified audition process, revamped social media promotions and an optimistic