Guided by her passion for writing, Leah Longoria ‘12 has demonstrated grit working her way into the Hollywood writer’s room as Amherst’s first FAMS graduate.
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Seoyeon Kim ’21 wrote a critical-creative hybrid thesis in the English department exploring how dislocation affects a sense of self. Photo courtesy of Seoyeon Kim ’21.I met Seoyeon Kim ’21 through Zoom in “Non-Fiction I” last semester. In addition to being impressed and inspired by her beautiful writing and
It has been an extremely hard week for people of Asian descent living in the United States after eight people, including six Asian women, were murdered in the March 16 Atlanta spa shootings [https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2021/03/7-dead-after-shootings-at-multiple-spas-in-atlanta-updates.html] . We all know that the story of anti-Asian racism
Since early April, the Chinese media [https://3w.huanqiu.com/a/0c789f/9CaKrnKpP0R?agt=8]has suggested a possible second wave of coronavirus cases within the country, coming from the outbreaks outside of China. After five Nigerian residents tested positive for COVID-19 in Guangzhou, China, the African community there has
Amid bustle and excitement, the annual Five College Student Film Festival took place in Stirn Auditorium on Friday, Feb. 21. The festival offers a place for five college students to showcase their original films and videos, as well as meet, collaborate and share with other film students. A group of
Less than 72 hours before the Iowa caucuses began, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, the Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter, played an acoustic set at the Horizon Events Center in Clive, Iowa on Jan. 31 to garner support for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Vernon performed a set of eight