Zach Jonas '22

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Panel, Tour and Reception Mark Science Center Opening

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || October 24 2018 || 148-7

A celebration of the opening of the new Science Center brought together guests and alumni to experience the most recent addition to the campus on Saturday, Oct. 20.

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Fresh Faculty: Jake Blackwood

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || November 28 2018 || 148-10

Jake Blackwood is an assistant professor of economics. He received his B.S. from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.

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Sylvia Rivera Floor Aims to Foster Community in First Year

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || December 5 2018 || 148-11

The Sylvia Rivera community hosted its floor launch party on Nov. 27 to celebrate its first year as a themed floor.

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Office of Student Affairs to Reevaluate Party Policy

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || February 6 2019 || 148-12

The Office of Student Affairs detailed proposed adjustments to the current party policy in an email to students on Dec. 2.

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Amherst Faculty Condemns Hampshire Administration in Open Letter

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || February 12 2019 || 148-13

A group of concerned Amherst faculty members published an open letter in The Chronicle of Higher Education on Feb. 4 addressed to President Miriam Nelson of Hampshire College concerning the lack of transparency around the college’s potential merger.

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Community Reflects on Network Outage

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || February 20 2019 || 148-14

The week-long server outage posed significant challenges for students completing coursework, faculty conducting classes and staff performing other administrative tasks.

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Funds From Mental Health Walk Left Unused

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || February 27 2019 || 148-15

The Walk for Mental Health that took place last year on May 2 raised $25,000, intended for allocation to events promoting mental wellbeing. Almost a year after the event, the money has still not been used.

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More Than Half of AAS Discretionary Budget Unused

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || April 10 2019 || 148-20

The Association of Amherst Students (AAS) managed $114,434 in discretionary spending for the 2018 fall semester, according to the AAS budgetary report. Yet from this amount, AAS allocated only $60,447 — $35,119 of which was actually spent — leaving $79,315 unused.

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The Center for Diversity and Student Leadership Celebrates its Transition to Resource Center

by Zach Jonas '22, Managing News Editor || April 17 2019 || 148-21

The Center for diversity and Student Leadership (CDSL) hosted an event on Thursday, April 11 to celebrate the relaunch of its space from an office to a center.