Editors-in-Chief Ryan Yu '22 and Rebecca Picciotto '22 announce the launch of The Amherst Student Voices Fund, a program that sponsors a number of paid positions in the newsroom for students with financial need, students of color, and other underrepresented groups.
Rebecca Picciotto '22
With Amherst College, Hampshire College, and UMass Amherst placing pressures on the local housing market, the Amherst Town council has introduced a new affordable housing policy. Some town members question whether local colleges should do more.
If Hannah Gersen ’00 could write in her ideal conditions, her days might look something like this: She would sleep in, then squeeze in a workout, followed by some reading. At around 10 a.m., she would start writing and continue until 4 p.m., when she would call it
I don’t have any memory of the attacks that took place on Sept. 11, 2001. I was one year old, fast asleep in my crib in northern New Jersey. My parents got the rest of the day off from work, which, on any other occasion, would have been cause
The day we elect our next president is over 13 months away. My inner procrastinator finds it ridiculous that I’m giving any ounce of thought to something that distant. (Really? You’re leaving your summer reading for Sept. 2, but this gets 400+ days worth of forethought?) Maybe it’
Every year, over 100 million people tune in to the Super Bowl on the same channel at the same time — but for very different reasons. There are those who have religiously followed the two teams all season. There are those who bet a little too much on the coin flip
At first glance, the title of this piece may come across as cynical. But I promise that I am not writing this to justify my failed New Year’s resolutions and attack the concept as a whole. Instead, I am intrigued by the unlikely power of a New Year’s