This past Saturday marked the close of a successful semester for Amherst’s WAMH Concert Series. WAMH, Amherst College’s radio and media station, has been funding concerts that feature a broad range of artists for a few years. Lindon Chen ’15, Tony Russo ’15 and Kat Dominguez ’16 spearheaded the organization process this year. The Student talked with them to hear their insights on the experience this past spring and their hopes for the next installment of the Concert Series, coming in the fall of 2014.

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.

As the cold weather sets in and final exams loom in the future, a lot of us might feel rundown and overtired from the onset of cold weather combined with a heavy workload. Managing stress can be difficult, especially when it is challenging to find time to relax and unwind. Eating a good diet, exercising and getting enough sleep are all important components to maintaining a healthy balance during this part of the semester, but often we have to sacrifice at least one of these things because we just don’t have enough time to get everything done.