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.
Senior Theater and Dance major Yang Sun ’24E presented her thesis “Drift” last weekend. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sarah Weiner ’24 reviews the performance, an ode to loneliness and frayed relationships.
Thursday marked the final performance of Jazz@Friedmann for the semester. Kobe Thompson ’24 applauds the Julian Gerstin Sextet and the student groups Denali and Mesa Verde for their strong close to the series.
Cross-genre poet Danielle Vogel visited Amherst as part of the English Department’s Visiting Writers Series. Abby Kim ’27 covers her reading and conversation about her unbounded poetry.
Contributing Writer Lauren Siegel ’27 recounts Simone Dinnerstein’s emotionally charged piano performance at the first concert this semester of the Music at Amherst series.
After the conclusion of Amherst College Film Society’s “Horror Rewind” series, Contributing Writer Mila Missaki Gomes ’27 compares each film and the haunting effects that they had on the audience.
The Green Room presented their original play “Amherst Psycho” last Friday. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews the play, appreciating its humor and collegiate commentary.