Four Lady Jeffs squash players competed at the Div. III Individual Invitational hosted by Bowdoin last weekend, Feb. 7-9.

Amherst was one of 14 schools participated in the tournament. Ericka Robertson ’16, Arielle Lehman ’15 and Meyha Sud ’16 performed in the “A” bracket for the Jeffs, while Captain Evelyn Kramer ’14 played in the “B” division.

Lehman fell to Samantha Matos of Bates in the first round. After winning the first two games by a close score, 11-7, 15-13, Lehman couldn’t clinch a third and final game.

For the second time in three weeks, the Amherst men’s and women’s track teams visited Boston Univ. to compete against Div. I, II and III athletes.

The women competed on Friday, and, just like their last appearance in Boston, the best performances were in the 200-meters by first-year Karen Blake and senior Naomi Bates.

With two more victories this past weekend at LeFrak Gymnasium, Amherst men’s basketball hit the 20-win milestone on the season, improving to 20-2 overall (8-1 in the NESCAC and 9-0 at home).

I’ve been deliberating how to start this review for a while. I’m incredibly tempted to break all conventions of professionalism, click the caps lock key and scream at the top of my lungs about my love for this movie. You know what? Screw it. Forgive me until the end of this paragraph. THE LEGO MOVIE WAS AMAZING! I’VE BEEN LISTENING TO “EVERYTHING IS AWESOME” NONSTOP! It was one of the funniest, most heartfelt films I’ve ever seen. I hadn’t laughed so loud and cried (yes, actual tears) in a theater in … well, ever. And I don’t think I’m the only one.

My favorite surprises arise in finding complexity where I had previously assumed simplicity. Eating is such a simple act. It can be mindless and easy, quick and rewarding, but I consistently find myself marveling at the enormous disparity between the amount of time and effort required to create this sustenance and the rapidity with which we so often consume it. Take the apple I ate during class.

As a first-year at Amherst my list of potential majors went something like: History, Sociology, Political Science, English, LJST, cultural elitism, turf & golf course management (available at the University of Maryland), entrepreneurship, constructed relativity, puppetry (University of Connecticut), mastodons in literature and society (personal favorite) and, of course, Film and Media Studies. I’d always been passionate about film, but had never found an outlet for serious film discussion in high school.

Anyone who has attended college in the Pioneer Valley knows that Antonio’s Pizza is a force to be reckoned with. Antonio’s opened their first venue in Amherst, MA with the intention of being more than just a standard local pizzeria. Since then, the franchise has expanded and opened new locations in Providence, East Hampton, Texas and Illinois. College students and locals alike flock to Antonio’s for unique, extravagant pizza-by-the-slice flavors, ranging from standard cheese to Chicken Tortellini and Avocado Quesadilla.