Members of the Editorial Board satirize the removal of to-go boxes and to-go cups from Val with an ice-cream-cone protest.
Kei Lim '25
Daksha Pathak ’23 brings an acute sense of intentionality to everything she does — from her play on the squash courts to her architecture thesis.
This weekend, the college hosted the eighth annual LitFest, a literary festival featuring award-winning writers and opportunities for students to share and cultivate their writing.
Kei Lim ’25 explores the impacts of grief, love, and abandonment in a piece originally published in the Spring 2022 edition of the Indicator.
The Counseling Center — now the Center for Counseling and Mental Health — has added seven new counselors to its team this semester. The center has also launched a new online scheduling tool and expanded its group therapy offerings.
Following more than two years of closure, the newly refurbished Emily Dickinson Museum, transformed through a recent restoration project, reopened its doors on Aug. 16.
Despite his understated presentation, those who know Kalidas Shanti know him to be a deep thinker and compassionate friend who has spent his time at Amherst exploring a wide range of interests.