Starting this semester, the college is paying members of the Amherst College Emergency Medical Services. The pay ranges from $500 per semester for starting ranks to $1400 for the highest possible rankings.
Jerry Levy '25
Work on the new student center and the geothermal heating system overtook campus this summer and will continue through the fall. The projects are on-schedule despite weather challenges.
Graduate student Esther Isaac ’19 on May 2 shared the results of her dissertation research into the relationship between urban spaces and revolutionary class movements. The talk, held in Pruyne Lecture Hall, referred to Chicago’s 1886 Haymarket Riot as a frequent example.
On April 12, the college announced that, in addition to ending its Covid vaccine mandate, the Testing Center will be closing its doors, marking the end of a long-standing policy of on-campus, on-demand PCR testing.
This year’s housing selection process, which began on April 11 and will run through April 13, resurfaced perennial concerns around securing a desirable living space. The Student spoke with members of the campus community to better understand the specific policies responsible for these uncertainties.