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.
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Tess Wise is a visiting assistant professor of political science. She received her bachelor’s degree in French and political science from MIT and her Ph.D. in government from Harvard University. Q: How would you describe your area of research?A: My area of research is the intersection of
Over the past year, the Office of Environmental Sustainability (OES) has expanded its Green Office Program (GOP) in an effort to better facilitate sustainable practices around campus. The GOP is a program that partners individual offices around the college with representatives from the OES to establish semesterly sustainability goals specific
The college announced in a statement on Feb. 7 that Director of Accessibility Services Jodi Foley will become the first director of accessibility strategy and resources beginning Feb. 24. The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) will begin searching for a permanent replacement in the near future for Foley’s current
As the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary election winds down and the Massachusetts primary inches ever closer, students on campus are getting increasingly involved with campaigns for the 2020 general election. Student groups for the four most major Democratic candidates — former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders, former South
Following the announcement that the Trump administration’s travel ban will be expanded to six new countries, President Biddy Martin sent an email on Feb. 1 to students, faculty and staff affirming the college’s support for those from the affected countries while emphasizing that the ban will not affect