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(Gina Faldetta)– I had never heard the phrase “but actually” until I got to Amherst. I still don’t understand when the phrase became so popular, but since my first day … Continue reading
(Marie Lambert)– I have a very distinct memory from my childhood of being in music class and listening to the girls in my class talk about marriage. I was probably … Continue reading
(James Hildebrand)–“Biddy Martin lied to me.” If I wanted to be inflammatory, that’s how I’d characterize queer life at this college, but the truth is, Amherst these days is actually … Continue reading
(Ryan Arnold)– On Sunday night, in what I can only assume was an effort to publicly announce their collective dearth of good taste and discretion, a group of female and … Continue reading
(Anna Seward)— There’s a lot wrong with modern society. I’m always surprised when some people don’t agree with me that a misogynist joke at the Oscars or the blatant photoshopping … Continue reading
(James Hildebrand)–My dad was born in 1943. In other words, he and Hitler were alive at the same time. The son of a hopelessly poor Irish Catholic steel mill family, … Continue reading
(Ryan Arnold)– A few weeks ago, I was contacted by the Women of Amherst to write what I’ve come to affectionately call “The Man-Letter”: it’s a letter to men, from … Continue reading