Host Andrew Rosin ’25 is joined by three current seniors and two recent graduates to discuss how campus life now compares to before the pandemic.
Host Andrew Rosin ’25 interviews four student-athletes on the main barriers that student-athletes face to getting involved in campus life and extracurriculars.
Host Andrew Rosin ’25 discusses everything related to the Amherst College Board of Trustees with the board’s chairman, Andy Nussbaum ’85, and two of the trustees, Paul Smith ’78 and Shirley Tilghman.
Despite a long tradition of labor organizing, Amherst is not unionized in any capacity. Juli Keiper ’26 Sam Spratford ’24 talk to key organizers to tease out the past challenges and future plans of the college's labor movements.
If Amherst boasts a 93 percent graduation rate, then what are the stories of the forgotten 7 percent? Through the voices of transfer students — that is, students who transferred away from Amherst — we begin to answer this question.
What exactly does a career in public service entail? How and why do Amherst grads fail or succeed in entering the field? All these questions, and more, on this semester opener.
In 2020, 1/5 of Amherst College graduates went on to work in the finance industry; the next-highest number of grads — only 11% — went into consulting. In other words, finance is far and away the most appealing industry to Amherst students. At a school with such diverse opportunities, and which