Many exempt themselves from pro-Palestine activism out of fear for logical impurity, Jihyun Won ’25 writes. Now is the time to speak up.
Town employees and staff cannot disclose identifying information about people using gender-affirming services, as confirmed by a recent town bylaw.
A group of alumni who were present for the 2015 Amherst Uprising, which shed light on the difficulties faced by students of color on campus, returned for a panel in the Powerhouse on Feb. 16 to discuss the lessons they drew from the Uprising and give advice to current students.
Contributing writers Karen Lee ’25 and Eleanor Lee ’25 call for solidarity in the fight for A/P/A studies and against the erasure of the work of AAPI student activists.
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