Arts & Living

By Alida Mitau   |   Issue 145-10
Illen Asmerom ’18 and Bryan Doniger ’18, the emcees for the Marsh Arts House bi-weekly, “Coffee Haus,” decided to relocate the open mic event to Frost Café on Friday, Nov. 13 in support of the student sit-in taking place in the library....Read More
By Alida Mitau ’18   |   Issue 145-10
Q: How would you describe your project?...Read More
By Sam O’Brien ’18   |   Issue 145-10
Have you ever sorted through the miscellaneous contents of your room and realized that you are unwilling to part with far too many items? Have you ever realized the extent to which your hoardings are directly tied to individuals that are no longer critical players in your life?...Read More
By Sophia Salazar ’18   |   Issue 145-10
“Twinsters” is an incredible separated-at-birth story that can only exist in the digital age. The heartfelt documentary is told through the perspective of American-raised actress and YouTube star Samantha Futerman....Read More


By Department of History   |   Issue 145-10
Dear students,...Read More
By Department of Theater and Dance   |   Issue 145-10
Dear Amherst students and the college community,...Read More
By Department of French   |   Issue 145-10
Since last Thursday we have listened to and have been deeply touched by your testimonies and calls for change. We shall continue to support and actively participate in discussion and actions that promote greater safety and social justice for all Amherst students....Read More

Top News

By Jingwen Zhang '18   |   Issue 145-10
Students voted in a college-wide poll on Tuesday, Nov. 17 on whether to support removing the Lord Jeff as Amherst’s unofficial mascot. The Association of Amherst Students conducted the poll and will release its results on Thursday. ...Read More
By Phillip Yan '18   |   Issue 145-10
Professor Deborah Holoien completed her undergraduate studies at Northwestern University in psychology and Japanese Language and Culture and received her doctorate in psychology from Princeton University....Read More
By Zoe Wong '18   |   Issue 145-10
Former head of the Greek Statistics Office Andreas Georgiou ’83 discussed his experience as the Greek government’s chief statistician and the current criminal charges against him during his speech at Converse Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 11....Read More
By Dan Ahn '17   |   Issue 145-9
The faculty voted on Nov. 3 to approve a pilot program that will extend the pre-registration process to four weeks. The motion to approve the program passed with a vote of 57 in favor, 46 against and eight abstaining....Read More
By Jingwen Zhang '18   |   Issue 145-9
The Association of Amherst Students and the Office of Institutional Research distributed an online survey on loneliness to the student body on Nov. 3. ...Read More
By Ryan Cenek '18   |   Issue 144-9
Students and staff convened in the Multicultural Resource Center in Keefe Campus Center on Nov. 2 to discuss the ongoing search for a new chief diversity officer for the college. Bud Moseley, a search consultant with the firm Isaacson, Miller, facilitated the discussion....Read More


By Julia Turner '19   |   Issue 145-10
Amherst women’s volleyball ended their season this week with a strong showing in their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010. The Firedogs travelled to Boston to play Johnson & Wales University on Friday night and with that win advanced to face host MIT on Saturday evening....Read More
By Virginia Hassell '16   |   Issue 145-10
The Amherst women’s soccer team captured a win in the first round of the NCAA tournament before suffering a season-ending loss to 11th-ranked Brandeis University (15-2-4) in a game that was decided in penalty kicks....Read More
By Jason Stein ’16   |   Issue 145-10
With a win over Morrisville State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday, Nov. 15 on Hitchcock Field, the sixth-ranked men’s soccer team advances to the Sweet 16 for the sixth consecutive season and the eighth time in the past nine years....Read More