The Chainsmokers and T-Pain will headline this year’s Spring Concert, the Spring Concert committee confirmed this week. The concert will be held in LeFrak Gymnasium on Saturday, April 25, and KYLE will be the opening act.

The lengthy winter has thrown off the Amherst softball team’s schedule since returning from spring break. Despite the canceled games, the Jeffs still got in three games over the last two weeks, playing a doubleheader against Hamilton on March 27 and a game against Brandeis on April 3. They now sport a record of 9-6 on the season.

Amherst College has accepted 13.7 percent of applicants to the class of 2019, according to the Office of Admission. The college received a record 8,566 total applications this year, accepting 1,006 applicants via regular decision and 170 via early decision.

Applications to Amherst rose by 1 percent from the previous year, making the class of 2019 Amherst’s largest applicant pool ever, albeit narrowly. The previous record was from 2012, when the Office of Admission received 8,565 applicants for the class of 2016.

On the weekend of March 12, Theo Agbi ’15 competed at the National Club Wrestling Association Nationals held in Dallas, Texas. Agbi turned in a stellar performance, earning third place overall in the 285-weight class.

Leading up to his third-place finish, Agbi started off weekend strong, winning his first two matches, the initial coming over Jason Trautmen from Wayne State and the second over Dylan Smith of South Puget Sound Community College. Agbi then moved on to the quarterfinals and suffered his one setback of the weekend.

After a week of rest, Amherst women’s lacrosse came up short on Saturday against No. 4 Middlebury on March 28. The loss moves Amherst to 1-3 in the conference. The Panthers took the lead early, putting Amherst down 3-0 at 13:44. A probing attack paid off at 12:19 when Rachel Pasaraelli ’16 put one away, cutting the deficit to 3-1, where it would remain until halftime.

The Amherst College Computer Science Club held its first weekly CodeJam event on Monday, April 5 in Seeley Mudd. The purpose of CodeJam is to provide an opportunity on campus for computer science students to improve their applied computer skills through hands-on work, such as building websites and mobile apps.

CodeJam was organized by the Computer Science Club’s executive board members and CodeJam subcommittee organizers Evelyn Ting ’17, Chloe Revery ’16 and Thomas Lam ’18.