Volume 152 • Issue 24
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Monday, May 29, 2023
By Piero Campos '25
May 3, 2023
On Thursday, April 27, 20 students presented poetry and visual art for the second year of Nuestras Voces. Three participants spoke to The Student about the significance of the event for their identity as bilingual students.
By Florence Doyle ’26 and Erin Williams '26
Last week, “Memories from Home,” an international student art showcase, opened on the second floor of Frost Library. Staff Writer Florence Doyle ’26 and DEI Editor Erin Williams ’26 cover the exhibition’s launch party.
By Kobe Thompson '24
In this edition of 3C’s, Columnist Kobe Thompson ’24 speaks with multi-instrumentalist Gabby Moore ’23 about her journey through music at Amherst and her upcoming project.
April 12, 2023
For this edition of 3C’s, Columnist Kobe Thompson ’24 sits down with cellist Taz Kim ’23 to discuss his background in classical music and how the instrument has served as a springboard into other genres.
By Madeline Lawson '25
April 5, 2023
The Ghostlight Double Feature premiered this weekend with the student-written plays “Meteoric” and “BY You.” The shows were full of comedy and showcased the skills of Amherst’s playwrights, actors, and stage crew.
By Alex Brandfonbrener '23
March 29, 2023
Green Room presented its Ten Minute Play Festival, celebrating student theater with four original plays. Managing Arts & Living Editor Alex Brandfonbrener ʼ23 gives his thoughts on the productions’ humor and whismy.
Jerome Raymond ʼ24 is a singer-songwriter with an upcoming EP, “Monochromatic.” 3 C’s Columnist Kobe Thompson ʼ24 speaks with Raymond about his path into music, from quarantine to streaming services.
March 1, 2023
In this edition of 3 C’s, Columnist Kobe Thompson ’24 talks with Lauren Dinhofer ’23, a multi-talented musician who has cultivated her craft since an early age.
By Davis Rennella '24
February 22, 2023
On Saturday, the Eighmy Powerhouse hosted back-to-back performances featuring the musical ensembles Gemini and Modality. Staff Writer Davis Rennella ’24 reviews the contrasting performances, from Gemini’s evocative musical landscapes to Modality’s unorthodox improvisation.
By Olivia Lynch '25
This weekend, the Theater & Dance Department debuted Sterling Kee ’23’s senior thesis performance “Myths and Hymns,” which explores themes of self-discovery and the human relationship to the divine. Olivia Lynch ’25 reflects on the transcendent nature of the performance.
February 15, 2023
Kobe Thompson ’24 sits down with Gregory R. Smith III ’25, a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who has recently risen in popularity, to discuss his process and his journey as a self-made musician.
December 7, 2022
Kobe Thompson ’24 sits down with Freeman Rabb ’25 to discuss their latest EP, “At A Catalyst,” how they create and name their work, and the friends and other artists who have provided inspiration along the way.