For his final issue as editor-in-chief of The Student, Liam Archacki ’24 pins down why he took this path, what it meant to him, and how it drove him crazy.
Liam Archacki '24
Once a math major and an accountant, science writer Juli Berwald ’89 has taken a winding path to connect with her true passion: telling stories about the ocean with a personal flair.
Joe Flueckiger, who has served as executive director of dining and hospitality services for more than six years, resigned earlier this week. He shared his reflections on his time in the role.
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This summer, the Supreme Court ruled that colleges can no longer practice race-conscious admissions. Amherst is grappling with the decision’s implications, which could result in lower racial diversity among future classes.
Aditi Nayak combines a remarkable work ethic, an empathetic demeanor, and a mind for problem-solving in her efforts to bring scientific knowledge into the world at large.
Understated by nature, Fulbright winner Sika Essegbey has nevertheless left an important mark in her time at Amherst — as a campus leader, a scholar, and a friend.