Exercises in Thought columnists Tim Carroll ’25 and Joe Sweeney ’25 explore the liberal arts social scene, from hazy nightlife to stodgy well-being spaces.
In this edition of “Anti-Ableist Amherst,” Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 argues that accommodations, though important, are not enough to bring about disability justice at the college.
In the second installment of “Amherst For All,” Columnists Zane Khiry ’25 and Tim Carroll ’25 examine the socioeconomically inequitable aspects of Amherst’s admissions policy and consider why they are important to rectify.
Assistant Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 describes “The Royal Hotel” as a cautionary tale for female travelers and a horror story about unreliable friends in this week’s installment of Film Society x The Student.
Exercises In Thought Columnists Joe Sweeney ’25 and Tim Carroll ’25 contemplate the pleasures of eating in Val in our post-to-go box era.
Foreign Currents Columnist Cole Warren ’24 calls attention to the ongoing crisis in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 inspects how ableism, both silent and verbal, plagues Amherst’s campus.