Counseling Center to Add Counselor After Increase in Student Demand
The Counseling Center will hire a new counselor this fall amid increasing student need for counseling services...
Students Voice Need for More Counseling Resources
Last week, The Student reported on the search for a new counselor to supplement resources at the Counseling Center...
Low Voter Turnout Spurs New Registration Initiatives
9.5 percent of Amherst’s eligible student body voted in the 2014 midterm elections, according to a report by the National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE).
Writer Min Jin Lee to Teach at College
Renowned author and National Book Award finalist Min Jin Lee will join the college as a writer-in-residence starting in the 2019-2020 academic year. Her three-year appointment to the English department comes after her appearance at the college’s LitFest in March 2018.
Journalist Serves the World With His Words
A powerful storyteller and compassionate reporter, Scott Wilson ’88 pushes boundaries no matter where he goes.
College Conducts External Review of Accessibility
Two nationally-recognized experts arrived at the college this week to begin a series of assessments on accessibility services and support.
Student Stories Call For Climate Action
Nearly 200 people filtered in and out of Frost Library on Wednesday, Nov. 28 for “Student Voices from the Frontlines of Climate Change,” an event hosted by Students for Climate Action (SCA) and sponsored by the Association of Amherst Students (AAS).