The vote on the new Mammoth mascot was held and passed on April 3.
The former Florida governor discussed numerous political issues to a sold-out crowd Tuesday night at Johnson Capel.
Panelists discuss how to advance MLK’s goal of ‘collective liberation’
Internationally recognized diplomat talks at Amherst College.
The crowd stressed unity and action in the wake of election results.
Trans activist provides a look at transgender politics through the government.
Exploring body positivity and self-love, Jessamyn Stanley taught a yoga class and guided a community conversation for Five College students on Wednesday night.
Town manager says that ban has been successful with “a lot of compliance” so far.
Coates touches upon the history of slavery and the upcoming Presidential Election at a talk on Sept. 13.
Coates will be presenting a speech titled “Race in America” followed by a question and answer session Sept. 13 at LeFrak Gymnasium.
The day-long event, which included a rally and smaller community conversations, featured a student activism panel comprised of UMass, Amherst College and University of Missouri speakers.
In their new book, Annie E. Clark and Andrea L. Pino bring together a collection of identities and stories often excluded from traditional mainstream coverage of campus sexual assault.
Members from UMass, Amherst College and the University of Missouri to sit on Friday’s panel.
The Amherst College alumnus brought pathos and sentiments gleaned from his professional experience to Fayerweather Hall last Thursday.
Event brings together Pulitzer Prize winning authors to discuss creative process.
School officials chose to end Amherst College’s affiliation with its former unofficial mascot, Lord Jeffery.
Board of Trustees decided to change mascot following student protest in November.
Lawsuit alleges teaching assistants at Amherst College told to sleep with students to increase enrollment
The suit, filed in Hampshire Superior Court by a former lecturer in the Spanish Department, alleges that her supervisor hired teaching assistants with “pretty faces” and told TAs to sleep with students to increase enrollment numbers in Spanish classes.
Six students speakers and three student groups performed in front of a crowd of roughly 300 on Thursday evening in the Campus Center auditorium.