The Amherst softball team swept Keene State this past weekend in a non-conference series.

In the first game of the doubleheader against Owls on Saturday, Donna Leet ’15 and Briana Cook ’16 helped the Jeffs jump out to a quick 1-0 start, as Leet singled and then stole second to advance into scoring position. Cook sent a shot deep to left field to drive the junior home for the score. Amherst tacked on another Leet run in the third with a double from senior Carolyn Miller.

The Amherst men’s golf team kicked off NESCAC play this weekend, finishing in sixth place at the Taconic Golf Club hosted by Williams. Senior captain Nicholas Koh placed seventh individually to lead the Jeffs. Knocking off nine strokes from his round one score of 79, Koh finished with a 70 on Sunday to record a two-day score of 149.

“The key to the weekend was our upperclassmen,” Harrison Marick ’17 said of Koh and Jarvis Sill ’15. “Those were two big performances that kept us in the hunt.”

“Not everyone has to like what I am wearing,” says Darienne Madlala, a sophomore pre-med and History major.

She only has a few minutes to discuss her unique sense of fashion. Between labs, we convene over Grab n’ Go sandwiches behind the vending machines in the basement of Keefe to talk.

“I have never cared. I always think you should just wear what you want to wear. And I am really not that type of person to judge what other people wear.”

“Clothes can be from any store,” Madlala continues. “It is just a matter of looking.”

Suzie, a girl, meets Jon, a boy. Their orgasms stop time, and they begin using these powers to rob banks and save a local library. Sex criminals.

Ah, Netflix: the king of on-demand streaming. How many times has this website inexplicably caused you to dump hours and hours into binge-watching a T.V. show? Please tell me I’m not the only one who has found himself saying, “that’s definitely the last episode for today,” only to let another one auto-play? I honestly cannot put into words how amazingly epic Netflix is for casual and hardcore television fans alike. Yet, I also find this site rather odd. There is absolutely no doubt that if you want to watch the entirety of “The Office” or “Breaking Bad,” Netflix is the place to be.

Class of 2015

Peter Crane
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