Contributing writers Diana Daniels ’22, Libertad Aguilar ’22 and Lisa Zheutlin ’22 advocate for the administration to keep Professor Manuela Picq’s position after her contract’s forced termination.
Lisa Zheutlin '22
The Reproductive Justice Alliance (RJA), Student Health Educators (SHEs) and the Association of Amherst Students (AAS) have collaborated to introduce a menstrual product pilot program in Frost Library’s gender-neutral and women’s restrooms. Menstrual products are generally overpriced, and the quantity of these products needed during one’s period
I am constantly confused that I am considered artsy at Amherst. Coming from the traditional suburb of Boca Raton, Florida, I never thought I would be perceived as artsy. I didn’t fulfill the classic high school theater kid trope, and I wasn’t aware of eclectic underground music and
It’s the time on campus, a little over halfway through the fall semester, when the general vibe on campus is generally stressful and negative. On the rainy days, it seems like we’re just waiting for winter to come so that we can really feel justified in our complaints.
This weekend, a friend from Wesleyan and I planned a trip out of our small, NESCAC liberal arts schools to visit a friend at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Big Ten school with around 30,000 undergraduate students. Unsurprisingly, it was a complete culture shock. My friend lives in Statesider,
Growing up in Southern Florida, I lived in an affluent, predominantly white suburb and attended a traditional, conservative private school, where the word “liberal” carried a negative connotation and often invoked visceral reactions. Clearly, coming to Amherst was a culture change, but one I was — and still am — excited to