The AAS is reviving “TAP,” a long-running college tradition centered around a keg of beer. Beginning in December, the parties will be held once a month in the Powerhouse.
President Michael Elliott discussed takeaways from students, outlined administrative steps to support them, and provided advice to navigate the Israel/Palestine conflict at a weekly meeting before the Association of Amherst Students.
After first-year senator Oscar Gosling ’27 resigned during his impeachment trial, the AAS’ second in less than a year, Gosling, senators, and spectators reflected on the trial and what it suggested about the state of the AAS.
Following a competitive election with 27 candidates, the elected senators reflect on their motivations for running, their goals for the upcoming semester, and their visions for the future of AAS.
AAS Senator Oscar Gosling '27 resigned during his impeachment trial Wednesday. The proceeding was initiated after an associate used the AAS’ whole-class e-mail list to share a message about Gosling’s candidacy, which is prohibited by the AAS constitution.
The Association of Amherst Students (AAS) will hold elections for eight senators in the class of 2027 and for one transfer student. The students listed have announced their candidacies for these elections.
The Student sat down with newly-elected members of the Association of Amherst Students’ executive board to ask them about their plans and hopes for the upcoming semester.