In the debut of their column “Anti-Ableist Amherst,” Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 advocates for a disabled/neurodivergent resource center on campus.
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Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 speaks about their experience as one of the campus’ last mask-wearers and calls for more structural Covid-19 protections.
While the internet sensationalizes Donald Trump’s arrest, Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 warns against the delusion of equity within the criminal justice system.
Willow Delp ’26 draws inspiration from the myth of Calypso and Odysseus in a lyrical prose piece originally published in the Spring 2023 edition of “The Indicator.”
Jacqueline Kim ’23 is an English major who wrote a novella titled “A Swift Boat, A Wide Sea” for her creative-writing thesis. Her thesis advisor is Assistant Professor of English Thirii M. Myint.
Staff Writer Willow Delp ’26 narrates the joy that their cane has brought them while they live with chronic pain.
Staff Writer Willow Delp ’26 shares the story of Zoe Callan ’25 and criticizes the college’s failure to live up to its reputation of generous financial aid policies.