New Space in Wieland Hall Dedicated to Asian Students
After months of student planning and activism, a new dedicated space for Asian students will launch this semester. The space, located in Wieland Hall, will have its grand opening later in November.
Professor Gives Talk on Colombian Politics and Peace
Monica Pachon, dean of political science and international relations at Del Rosario University in Colombia, visited Amherst to give a talk about peace agreements and the future of democracy in Colombia on Nov. 14 in Paino Lecture Hall.
Students Explore Interfaith Relations at Retreat
Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) held its first-ever interfaith retreat, titled “Nourish,” from Friday, Feb. 15 to Saturday, Feb. 16.
Class of 2023 Most Selective Ever
The college admitted 1,144 of 10,567 applicants into the class of 2023 on Friday, March 22.
Thoughts on Theses: Alyssa Snyder
Alyssa Snyder ’19 is a sociology major. Her thesis explores first-generation, low-income students’ experiences attending college. Her thesis advisor is William R. Kenan Professor of American Studies and Sociology Leah Schmalzbauer.
Progressive Policymaker Gives Talk, Makes Case for Green New Deal
On April 22, policymaker Rhiana Gunn-Wright gave a talk in Johnson Chapel on the Green New Deal, a sweeping proposal that aims to combat climate change and income inequality.