Field Hockey Beats Mount Holyoke But Loses to Bowdoin
The Amherst Mammoths opened their season in a promising fashion at home Thursday against the Mount Holyoke Lyons...
Thoughts on Theses: David Green
David Green ’19E is a theater and dance major. His performance thesis examines biblical narratives. His thesis advisor is Associate Professor of Theater and Dance Ron Bashford.
Field Hockey Captures Two Wins over Colby and Bates on Senior Weekend
In an exciting, action-packed weekend, the Mammoths captured two wins at home against Colby and Bates, with the match against the Bobcats doubling as the team’s Senior Day...
Field Hockey Loses to Second Seed Tufts in Tournament Quarterfinal
This past week, the Mammoths fell to both Trinity and Tufts by matching score lines of 2-0 to effectively end the team’s season...
Men’s Hockey Starts Season With Two Losses and Two Out-of-Conference Wins
The men’s hockey team started the season tentatively, with two losses, and then grabbed wins over Babson College and St. Michael’s College...
Mammoths Take Home a Win and a Tie After Pair of NESCAC Matchups
The men’s hockey team has much to be excited about after going 1-0-1 on a weekend of NESCAC matchups, with games against Wesleyan and Trinity...
Series Explores Labor Through a Gendered Lens
A panel run by the student staff of the Women’s and Gender Center (WGC) met on Tuesday, Nov. 27 to discuss forms of work that are underrepresented or lacking from the discourse on equal representation of women as a part of their Labor Intensive Feminist Education series.
Men’s Hockey Shuts Out Bowdoin, Ties Colby Behind Strong Performance of Goaltending Tandem
Sparked by an offensive performance and lights-out goaltending, the men’s hockey team skated to a 3-0 victory on Friday, Feb. 1 in Maine over the Bowdoin Polar Bears...
College to Go Carbon Neutral by 2030
On Jan. 24, the Board of Trustees voted to approve the Climate Action Plan (CAP), committing the college to carbon neutrality by 2030. Work on the CAP has been ongoing since 2015, when the Office of Sustainability called on Amherst to set a date for carbon neutrality.
After Attacks in Christchurch, Amherst Reflects
On Friday, March 15, two shootings occurred at two separate mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand while attendees participated in Friday prayer. Fifty people were killed and at least 50 more were injured in New Zealand’s largest massacre in modern history.
Fresh Faculty: Mark Jacobson
Mark Jacobson is the John J. McCloy Professor of American Institutions and International Diplomacy. He holds a doctorate in military history from the Ohio State University, among other degrees.