Arts & Living

By Madeline Bustos ’19   |   Issue 145-25
For those of you who don’t know, Beyoncé, the 20-time Grammy award winning artist and cultural icon, dropped a visual album titled “Lemonade” on Saturday, April 23....Read More
By Sophie Currin '17   |   Issue 145-25
“Don’t drop the beet!” Farmer Pete reminded the Women’s Cross Country team, two years ago, as we literally harvested beets on our volunteer day. People near him laughed a little, and smiled, genuinely enjoying an early autumn Sunday morning spent working on the farm....Read More
By Simon Stracher ’18   |   Issue 145-25
The sixth season of “Game of Thrones” is the first in the series to not feature content from George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire,” series and it has dazzled audiences, exciting book readers and show watchers alike with the first two episodes....Read More
By Youngkwang Shin ’19   |   Issue 145-25
Richard Linklater’s “Everybody Wants Some!!” is about a group of college athlete bros attending six parties over the course of three days before classes begin....Read More


By Galen Muskat '18E   |   Issue 145-25
I sat at Valentine several nights ago and couldn’t help but overhear two students sitting nearby: “Whoever designed this place was so stupid — I don’t even know what he was thinking.”...Read More
By The Editorial Board   |   Issue 145-25
The past two semesters saw a huge resurgence of student activism and much encouraging work to make the college a better place. The most notable example of student activism was Amherst Uprising, which sparked conversation typically rare to our campus....Read More
By Samuel Rosenblum ‘16   |   Issue 145-25
In Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” Little Red Riding Hood questions “Isn’t it nice to know a lot / and a little bit not.” This phrase, as a postscript to a number in which she extols the virtues of knowledge and mastery, poses a perennial question for students like us....Read More

Top News

By Gabby Edzie '17   |   Issue 145-26
Khalil Flemming’s theater and dance thesis was an original comedy called “Equal Weight.” ...Read More
By Sophie Murguia '17   |   Issue 145-26
Juan Gabriel Delgado Montes and I were sitting side by side on a bench overlooking Memorial Hill, witnessing a too-perfect Amherst College scene....Read More
By Jingwen Zhang '18   |   Issue 145-26
A captain of the football team and a leader Amherst’s Christian Fellowship, Chris Gow fulfills his roles with a combination of purposeful direction and easy charisma. In addition to being a natural leader, he has sought academic challenges, double majoring in religion and mathematics....Read More
By Sarah Whelan ’17   |   Issue 145-26
When considering the time and care that California native Raizel DeWitt has invested in Amherst, it is clear that the community is lucky to have her....Read More
By Alida Mitau '18   |   Issue 145-26
Miu Suzuki is well known among her peers for her impressive performances in Dance and Step at Amherst College (DASAC) and her strong commitment to building community and fighting for progressive causes on campus — both officially and unofficially....Read More
By JinJin Xu '17   |   Issue 145-26
In the middle of our conversation, John He apologized for his hesitant answers. “I feel lost,” he admitted. “That may be my most central theme here.” ...Read More


By Julia Turner '19 and Drew Kiley '18   |   Issue 145-26
Baseball...Read More
By Julia Turner '19 and Drew Kiley '18   |   Issue 145-26
Men’s Basketball...Read More
By Julia Turner '19 and Drew Kiley '18   |   Issue 145-26
Women’s Cross Country...Read More