Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Number of Articles: 6
First Article: November 18, 2020
Latest Article: February 9, 2022
By Luke Padian '24 and Liza Katz '24
February 9, 2022
The Mammoths have rolled through January, boasting a 16-2 record and No. 11 national ranking.
By Luke Padian '24
November 3, 2021
To kick off the NESCAC tournament, field hockey faced Bowdoin on Saturday, Oct. 30. In a tough defensive match, the Mammoths were unable to pull off a victory, ending their season with an 11-5 record.
September 22, 2021
Led first by an electric offensive start and then stalwart late-game defense, the football team claimed a 28-20 comeback victory over Bates College in its season opener on Sept. 18.
March 24, 2021
“It’s March, expect the unexpected!” exclaimed the CBS announcer as No. 15 seed
Oral Roberts University upset No. 2 seed Ohio State in the first round of this
year’s NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament. Commonly known as March
Madness, the tournament is one of the most popular and exciting athletic events
in the United States, with even non-sports fans tuning in to watch each year.
Sixty-four of the country’s best teams vie for the chance to be crowned national
champion. The bracket is
March 3, 2021
Former NFL quarterback and current civil rights activist Colin Kaepernick
announced on Feb. 9 that he had formed a SPAC named Mission Advancement Corp. A
SPAC is a shell company — a corporation that exists only on paper — that buys
private companies with the sole purpose of taking them public. SPAC sponsors
raise money and then identify companies to acquire. Those who invest in the SPAC
don’t know what company will be acquired, which has led many to nickname SPACs
“Blank Check” companies. Becaus
November 18, 2020
It’s November, and we are watching golf in Augusta, Ga. What is the world we
live in? The Masters, perhaps the world’s most prestigious golf tournament,
happened this fall after Covid-19 bumped it from its usual April start. But due
to the recent stress that this 2020 induced, this year’s Masters came just when
the public needed it.
Over the course of four days, fans watched some of the best golfers in the world
try to tackle arguably the hardest golf courses in the United States. With a