Nozomi Nakaganeku Saito is a postdoctoral fellow and assistant professor of English. She spoke to The Student about storytelling, Asian American studies, and the “ecologies of death” produced under militarism.
Mina Enayati-Uzeta '25
The rumors are true: Some people really do meet The One at Amherst. In this Valentine's Day feature, we check in with couples who met at Amherst and are still going strong.
The Committee on Educational Policy recently approved the hiring of three tenure-track professors with backgrounds and expertise in Asian American studies to the college. The new faculty are expected to arrive for the 2023-2024 academic year.
The college hosted several award-winning novelists and writers, including Natalie Diaz and Viet Thanh Nguyen, at the Seventh Annual LitFest. They discussed themes of identity, language, and craft in their presentations.
Starting in Fall 2022, UMass Amherst’s health center will make medication abortions available to all students, citing accessibility and student demand as reasons for its decision. Amherst College is joining the conversation, but will likely not offer such services anytime soon.