Matt Fernald ’13 writes regarding Keefe Campus Center space re-allocation and the AAS poll sent to students on Wednesday, November 27. A lot has been discussed regarding the results of last week’s AAS poll. Here’s my take: I don’t think anyone disagrees that the MRC and the
Matt Fernald '13
Matt Fernald ’13 discusses the priorities of the AAS. Two decisions made by the AAS have come to my attention, and I think the student body should be made aware of them. I learned of the first from my friend in the Outing Club, who told me that the AAS
Matt Fernald ’13 writes on his personal response about mass mailings on campus. To the Student Body: My name is Matt Fernald. A fair number of you know me as a friend, a friend of a friend, a Zumbye or a name that pops up now and then. You may
This past weekend, the men and women’s indoor track teams travelled to NYU to compete in the ECAC Div. III Championships. The men took fourth place in the field of 53 teams while the women took seventh out of 47. In the opening races, junior superstar Ben Scheetz broke
The women’s hockey team took to the road this past weekend to play a pair of games at Middlebury, hoping to take home their second NESCAC title in as many years. They began their campaign against Trinity, eventually winning a tight game 4-3 in overtime on a clutch goal
Amherst had played the Mules in a regular season double-header at home a month ago, winning two close games. A hat trick’s worth of wins over Colby would have sent them to the NESCAC Semifinals for a fifth consecutive year, and the Jeffs played like they knew it. The
On Tuesday, Amherst took to the ice against the NEC Pilgrims. The Jeffs put on a clinic early on, displaying rock-solid defense while jumping out to a 2-0 lead. Immediately after Amherst’s second goal midway through the second period, the Pilgrims struck back with a goal of their own.