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Someone Told Me “Sophomore” Means “Wise Fool”

(Katarina Cruz)– I didn’t believe in the “sophomore slump” when I first heard the term. It sounded like some sort of strange and esoteric phenomenon that could never happen to … Continue reading

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Story Time

Katherine Stanton– I was intrigued when I received a slightly mysterious email this past Tuesday from Jin Jin Xu ’17, inviting me to “hear life stories.” It didn’t specify who … Continue reading

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(Our) Town

(Lilia Paz)– The first time I became aware of the existence of Amherst was through the memoir of a woman who had spent her childhood here. She wrote of the … Continue reading

October 28, 2014 · Leave a comment

Taylor Swift’s New Romantics

(Gina Faldetta)– The first feminist critique of pop culture that I can remember reading was an article in Bitch Magazine about Taylor Swift and the Madonna-whore dichotomy. At that time, … Continue reading

October 28, 2014 · 3 Comments

Eyes (Fiction)

(Eunnie Lee)– They’re everywhere. You know they are. It’s not always clear what they’re looking at, but there are always some eyes on you, whether they’re just appraising stares, adoring … Continue reading

October 27, 2014 · 2 Comments

Sleep, Multilingualism, and the Sophomore Slump

(Paul Gramieri)– I haven’t had much time this semester to sit down and just relax; as is the case with most Amherst students, running around between classes and assignments and … Continue reading

October 24, 2014 · Leave a comment

Geography without Memory

(Noor Qasim)– I don’t remember the first time I visited New York. But I do remember many subsequent visits. My Aunt Molly has lived there my whole life and so … Continue reading

October 21, 2014 · Leave a comment

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