Lunar New Year festivities rolled through campus over the past week, from Val’s special Lunar New Year dinner to events hosted by campus affinity groups ASA, CSA, and SEASA.
Sophie Durbin '25
In the first Film Society x The Student column of the semester, Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews cult horror film “Phantasm,” writing that its poignancy completely defied her expectations.
The Arts & Living Editors solicited anonymous love notes from your peers. Browse over 60 confessions to find out if you have a secret admirer on campus.
Sofia Coppola’s newest film, “Priscilla,” showcases the filmmaker’s strengths while falling flat in the second half. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews the film, which, at times, plays into tired biopic tropes.
Although Cullen Murphy ’74 is best known for his career at The Atlantic and Vanity Fair, he has also maintained strong ties to Amherst as an alum, serving, among other roles, as Chair of the Board of Trustees.
The Green Room presented their original play “Amherst Psycho” last Friday. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews the play, appreciating its humor and collegiate commentary.
Assistant Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 describes “The Royal Hotel” as a cautionary tale for female travelers and a horror story about unreliable friends in this week’s installment of Film Society x The Student.