Sofia Coppola’s newest film, “Priscilla,” showcases the filmmaker’s strengths while falling flat in the second half. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews the film, which, at times, plays into tired biopic tropes.
Film and TV
The last two episodes of “Survivor” Season 45 have shown never-before-seen strategies amidst an ever-shrinking cast.
Martin Scorsese’s latest film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” premiered last week. Caden Stockwell ’25 explores its dark themes and slow pace.
In this week’s “Survivor” recap, Columnist Vaughn Armour ’25 examines the tribe swap and let-down ending of episode 4.
In this double feature, Vaughn Armour ’25 raves about the high-risk, high-reward events of “Survivor” episodes 2 and 3.
The Writer's Guild of America's second longest strike ended after 148 days in late September. Editor-in-Chief Sam Spratford spoke to strike leader Claire Kiechel '09 and other Amherst alumni on why they picketed, what it accomplished, and what's next.
“Phases of a Daydream,” a feature-length film by Piper Mohring ’25 and Caden Stockwell ’25, premiered in Keefe Theater this weekend. Mila Massaki Gomes ’27 and Managing Arts & Living Editor Cassidy Duncan ’25 reflect on how the film’s strange world conveys the experience of loss.