Nearing the 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, David J. Greenblatt ’66 recalls how it reverberated on Amherst’s campus.
President Elliott reaffirmed the college’s commitment to democracy in conversation with Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey last Wednesday, Nov. 1. The conversation marks 60 years after President John F. Kennedy’s dedication of Frost Library.
During a walkout last Wednesday, students demanded the college divest from weapons companies doing business with Israel, cut a study abroad tie to Haifa University, and issue an administrative statement condemning Israeli violence.
Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 and the undersigned students call for the college to support the Massachusetts Endowment Tax Act as evidence of its commitment to equity.
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.
The Editorial Board advocates for the college to rethink the ways it approaches diversity on campus, post-affirmative action.
While the internet sensationalizes Donald Trump’s arrest, Assistant Opinion Editor Willow Delp ’26 warns against the delusion of equity within the criminal justice system.