TAP a keg of brew Despite a premature end to the night, traditional TAP returned from summer vacation to campus last Saturday night in Hitchcock in the form of Patriotic TAP. Also returning, albeit after a longer hiatus, was a 21+ room serving up beer and associated munchies to those
“Pie-eating, because it would be the only sport where ‘training’ involves eating lots of delectable desserts.” BAKER FRANKE ’02 “Bowling, to increase the level of athletic prowess that’s exhibited by such sports as curling.” RACHEL DUNHAM ’05 “Miniature golf, because that would be hilarious.” ADAM SEGAL ’03E “Tiddlywinks. My
A new age has dawned at Amherst. Gone are the days of thumbing through slice after slice of stale bread to find the last piece with some moisture. Gone are the opaque bins that surround the island near the servery entrance-well, some of them, at least. The future is here.
This long, strange trip has nearly come to its end-and what a trip it’s been. I’ve been at Amherst College since September of 1997; it pains me to say that I’ve stayed here as long as possible. This December, in a cloudy, unnoticed ceremony, my time here
Not even the snow of Friday afternoon could stop the crowds from trudging through the slush to Jester’s first concert of the semester in Marsh House. Members of the band are Ethan Greene ’04 on bass, Nathan Shike ’03 on vocals and guitar, Jes Therkelsen ’02 on keyboard and
“Probably President Bush so we could throw snowballs at him.” KATHERINE MOONEY ’04 “Elvis because doing the hair would be a real challenge.” YVY RIVERA ’03 “Jeff Bogino’03 because he’s a great guy and we love him.” MIKE NICHOLS ’02 “Peter Juran ’02, because he’s the only