(Loladé Fadulu) – November 6th’s Town Hall Meeting was the first time that Baby Social Clubs was un-swaddled and introduced to the rest of the student body – to less … Continue reading
(Frank Tavares)— For the last four years, TIME Magazine has had an online poll for what word should be banned the next year. Past victories have gone to the likes … Continue reading
(Paul Gramieri)– I’m not usually one to be very vocal about certain social issues; my loud high school self has subsided into someone whose opinions are complained about briefly at … Continue reading
(Noor Qasim)—The first thing I did after asking my question at the Son of Hamas event on Thursday was go upstairs, find a secluded area, and cry. I cried for … Continue reading
(Jacob Greenwald)– I wrote this about a bit ago, the day that the subway station near Sheikh Jarrah was hit by a car. I first know that something’s up when I see … Continue reading
(Camila Dominguez)– From what I remember about my sophomore-year Philosophy Honors discussions on Buddhism, expectations and attachments are the root of all suffering. And man, lots of freshmen are out … Continue reading
Do Liberal Amherst Students Have a Responsibility to Pay Far-Right Conservatives To Speak On Campus?
(Siraj Sindhu)–Many individual students and groups of students approach the AAS to request large sums of money from the communal Student Activities Fund to pay speakers to come to campus. … Continue reading