Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Monday, September 26, 2022
Number of Articles: 8
First Article: September 15, 2021
Latest Article: September 14, 2022
By Miles Garcia '25
September 14, 2022
Cartoonist Miles Garcia ’25 illustrates the precautions taken by many students when it comes to ensuring the health and safety of the campus at large.
Visual effects artist Phil Tippett shines in his sophomore directorial project, “Mad God.” Miles Garcia ’25 takes the reader through the lovingly crafted film, which features incredible practical effects and a transcendent story.
April 13, 2022
The much anticipated “Everything Everywhere, All At Once,” directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Schienert, premiered on Friday, April 8. Miles Garcia ʼ25 covers the twists and turns of the film, which is both a family drama and “an off-the-wall sci-fi multiverse adventure.”
February 23, 2022
Experimental rock group Black Country, New Road recently released their sophomore album "Ants From Up There," which marks the end of frontman Isaac Wood's time with the group. Miles Garcia '25 breaks down the ethereal and intense album.
December 1, 2021
In "The Power of the Dog," Academy Award-winning director Jane Campion turns her focus to the '20s American West. Staff Writer Miles Garcia '25 analyzes the hyper-detailed film and its insights into toxic masculinity and lingering traumas.
November 3, 2021
With a $165 million budget and an all-star cast, Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi epic "Dune" is one of the biggest films of the year. Staff writer Miles Garcia '25 gives his review, writing that for all its technical marvels, "Dune's" oversimplified plot leaves a hollow aftertaste.
October 6, 2021
"Titane," Julia Ducournau's new Palme d'Or winning film, explores the connections between humanity and machines — often in gory detail. Staff Writer Miles Garcia '25 shares his reactions to the body horror movie and its surprisingly heartwarming core.
September 15, 2021
Though "Annette" wades in a familiar sort of surrealism (“Birdman,” anyone?), I can’t call it unoriginal. The experience is something to behold. Regardless of whether you enjoy the film, you’d be hard pressed to say there’s anything like it.