Exercises in Thought columnists Tim Carroll ’25 and Joe Sweeney ’25 explore the liberal arts social scene, from hazy nightlife to stodgy well-being spaces.
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“Exercises in Thought” Columnists Tim Carroll ’25 and Joe Sweeney ’25 hash out the dilemmas that befall students and professors in class discussions.
In the second installment of “Amherst For All,” Columnists Zane Khiry ’25 and Tim Carroll ’25 examine the socioeconomically inequitable aspects of Amherst’s admissions policy and consider why they are important to rectify.
Exercises In Thought Columnists Joe Sweeney ’25 and Tim Carroll ’25 contemplate the pleasures of eating in Val in our post-to-go box era.
In the debut of “Amherst for All,” Columnists Tim Carroll ’25 and Zane Khiry ’25 call on the college to reckon with the socioeconomic inequities of admissions.
In their column debut, Staff Writers Tim Carroll ’25 and Joe Sweeney ’25 face off over the college’s mission statement to beg the ultimate question: why should we value thinking?
Miles Garcia ’25 and Tim Carroll ’25 discuss the 2022 action movie “Ambulance,” directed by Michael Bay.