Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Sunday, December 4, 2022
Number of Articles: 6
First Article: September 18, 2002
Latest Article: April 5, 2005
By Samantha Lacher
April 5, 2005
Holt has spent her time as a member of the women’s tennis team playing in the
top two singles spots, with the exception of last spring, when she played number
Her rotation in the top few spots is a tribute to the depth of the Jeffs’
lineup. “At any point over the last couple of years, Tristan [Hedrick ’05],
Kristen [Raverta ’06] and I could all have played in any of the spots,” Holt
said. “It’s great having such a deep lineup and how much the three of us can
rotate is certainly a testame
September 4, 2004
Bernstein brings both entrepreneurial and community service experience to the
board of trustees. He also has a long history of service to the College,
including time as class president. “I have been very active in education and in
Amherst-related activities for a long time,” he said. “However, I can’t imagine
any experience that will prove more interesting and rewarding than serving on
the Amherst board of trustees.”
President Anthony Marx said he is looking forward to working with Bernstein.
February 25, 2004
By the time officers reported to the library, the man had left the location in
which the student employee had initially seen him. Officers searched but could
not find the man anywhere on the first floor.
“After speaking with the student, the officers and student began checking all
floors of the building in search of the man,” Zaniewski said in a statement to
The Student. “He was found on B-level [of the library].”
According to Zaniewski, officers escorted the man to the Campus Police building.
February 4, 2004
“I was disappointed [by the punishment] but I do understand why the committee
decided how they did,” Mead said after the hearing. “I was a little surprised
given the reputation that the committee has for a reluctance to hand out large
sentences like that, but I think because of the nature of the incident, it is
Mead explained that he suffered from emotional instability during the period he
served as publisher. “At the time, I was not entirely emotionally stable,” Mead
said after t
March 26, 2003
“My father was a diplomat, so we moved around a lot,” she said. “I lived in
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia until the age of six,” she remembered. Soon after, Seelye
moved to Maryland to attend elementary school but “went to an American school in
Tunisia from fifth to eighth grade.” She returned to the U.S. for high school
before attending Amherst College.
During her time at Amherst, Seelye did not plan to spend her future as a
journalist. She played varsity basketball and rugby. She majored in history, a
September 18, 2002
For as long as Dixit has been taking notes in class, he has always doodled on
the margins of the page. “I never could take notes without drawing something on
the side,” Dixit said.
In June of 2000, Dixit’s father founded a weekly newspaper, the Nepali Times.
Dixit realized that the paper would provide the perfect opportunity to try
drawing a comic strip. He loved to doodle and, by creating a strip, he had the
chance to combine his wit and his artistic ability.
The comic strip, “Yak Yeti Yak” c