Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Sunday, January 29, 2023
By Liza Katz '24 and Alex Noga '23
September 7, 2022
Earlier this year, Serena Williams announced that she would retire at the end of the U.S. Open. After a storied career, including 23 Major singles titles, 23 doubles titles, and an Olympic Gold Medal, the GOAT finished her career with a three-set loss in the U.S. Open’s Third Round.
By Leo Kamin '25
May 11, 2022
Playing at home in the first round of the NESCAC tournament, the men’s and women’s tennis teams advanced to the semifinals with victories over No. 9 Bowdoin and No. 13 Williams, respectively. In the second round the women lost a close match to Wesleyan while the men were routed 5-0.
April 13, 2022
The men’s tennis team suffered lopsided defeats against Middlebury and Williams this past weekend. The women’s team lost a close match against the Panthers before besting the Ephs in a 5-4 thriller.
By Ethan Samuels '23
April 14, 2021
After a strong 7-2 victory against Hamilton last week, the women’s tennis team
traveled to Wesleyan University on Saturday, April 10, looking to start the
Wesleyan, however — the reigning Little Three champion — triumphed with a score
of 7-2, a role reversal from the Mammoths’ Hamilton win.
First-year Emily Sivarak ’24 was the lone Mammoth to lose in three sets,
defeating Caitlin Goldberg of Wesleyan 6-4 in the first set. Goldberg bounced
back, winning the second set 6-1 and the ti
By Matthew Sparrow ’21
March 31, 2021
Over the past few months, unions have been a hot topic of discussion
the United States. After news broke of Amazon workers in Alabama attempting to
unionize, President Joe Biden affirmed his support for them. “There should be no
intimidation, no coercion, no threats, no anti-union propaganda. No supervisor
should confront employees about their union preferences. You know, every worker
should have a free and fair choic