Nearing the 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, David J. Greenblatt ’66 recalls how it reverberated on Amherst’s campus.
Managing Features Editor Sonia Chajet Wides ’25 and Contributing Writer Amelia Cogan ’26 reflect on their experiences holding collective Jewish grief amid an urgency to act against atrocities in Gaza.
Newly-elected AAS Vice President and Staff Writer Shane Dillon ’26 expresses gratitude for the first-year class and reflects on their exceptional sense of community.
In the third edition of “Tapti Talks,” Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 reflects on her experiences with microaggressions as a woman of color and argues that they have a much bigger negative impact on our daily lives than we realize.
Chris Tun ’25 sits down with members of the Amherst community to discuss their anxieties and aspirations on The Student’s newest podcast.
In this issue of “Tapti Talks,” Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 reflects on her experience with chronic illness and expresses her gratitude for the people at Amherst who’ve supported her.
In the inaugural issue of “Tapti Talks,” Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 reflects on the alienation of having her “foreign” name fumbled, and urges people to take pronunciation more seriously.