Major: English and Fine Arts
Favorite Magazine: Harper’s Bazaar
Favorite Celebrity: Miranda Kerr
Favorite Website: Pinterest
Favorite Store(s): Aritizia, Free People, and any good department store
Favorite Store near Amherst: Ode
Favorite Item of Clothing: A dress
Last purchase: Sherpa jacket
Dream Brand: Chanel
Most comfortable outfit: Leggings and a giant sweater and hat

103 N. Pleasant Street, Amherst (between Panda East and Bart’s Ice Cream)
Casual Mediterranean Restaurant
Prices: Quite affordable, especially in comparison to Moti’s
Recommended Dishes: Kibbeh Football, Chicken Kabob Pocket, Hummus, Grape Leaves

With the NCAA Div. I basketball tournament right around the corner, I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about how the "one and done" rule has affected the game I love so dearly! Is going to college for that one year really worth it for the top NBA prospects? How can I expect to see the next Kobe Bryant or Kevin Garnett if talented players are no longer allowed to go straight to the league? As much as I love March Madness, it's frustrating to watch stars, who are ready to play at an NBA level, outshine their collegiate opponents. What do you think?

26 Main St, Amherst
Casual Italian Restaurant
Prices: Affordable
Recommended Dishes: Crazy Alfredo and Calamari

The men’s ice hockey team’s season came to a close this past weekend in a thrilling double overtime showdown in the NESCAC Championship game. The Jeffs took down the Ephs on Saturday to advance to the finals, where they faced off against the Bowdoin on Sunday. The latter game resulted in some of the best hockey of the entire year.

On Saturday, March 8, Amherst men’s basketball turned a two-point halftime deficit into a 63-51 win over the York College to advance to the NCAA Third Round for the fourth consecutive season. Now, the Jeffs, who sport a 25-3 overall record, stand just four victories away from repeating as National Champions.

Without the presence of both sophomore guard/forward Connor Green and sophomore forward Ben Pollack, Amherst’s depth was tested by a talented and athletic York squad.

The Amherst baseball team had a Cinderella run last season, winning their first NESCAC Championship since 2005 and setting a new program record for wins with 27. After a promising 2012 campaign fell short, the Jeffs broke through to defeat Wesleyan for the 2013 NESCAC title, securing a spot in the NCAA Regional Championship in the process. Amherst saw its season come to a close, however, in a loss to third-ranked SUNY Cortland at the NY Regional. This season, the team is back with something to prove this spring with hopes of going all the way to the 2014 College World Series.