In the debut of their column “Anti-Ableist Amherst,” Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 advocates for a disabled/neurodivergent resource center on campus.
In the debut of “Amherst for All,” Columnists Tim Carroll ’25 and Zane Khiry ’25 call on the college to reckon with the socioeconomic inequities of admissions.
Faculty Athletic Representative Leah Schmalzbauer and Faculty Liason to Men’s Soccer Christopher Durr defend the value of athletics and the work that the department has done to achieve diversity goals in a letter to the editor.
Amid the rising Covid cases, The Editorial Board proposes moderate policies that would provide students with resources to protect their health.
Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 asserts that the value of romanticization should not be understated, despite valid criticisms of “the aesthetic.”
Staff Podcaster Aaron Holton ’25 argues that the Republican party in its current iteration betrays American values, and calls for a defense of constitutional ideals.
Staff Writer Zane Khiry ’25 reflects on the uneven distribution of affirmative action’s benefits and questions its efficacy in bringing about racial uplift.