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“Joanne,” a term-limited professor who spoke to the Record on condition of anonymity, said she does not know what she Read more
The story of the College’s underground fraternities began in the early morning of May 6, 1912, when successful Boston lawyer Read more
The College used WiFi data as part of its investigation of the Feb. 26 Wood House party, Dean of the Read more
In the days and weeks following the gatherings at Wood and Gladden Houses, students have too often been left scrambling Read more
On March 31, Amherst College announced it would officially divest from fossil fuel interests and move toward full carbon neutrality Read more
“Dancer, choreographer, visual artist, rapper, BMX cycle rider, teacher, and I would say sage of hip-hop.” Those were the words Read more
High school athletes were never formally told by a representative of the school or league that our seasons were canceled. Read more
Privilege exists in the disabled community, a fact not considered by non-disabled people who treat disabled people with condescending pity. Read more
At a special meeting on Monday, the Select Board unanimously chose Charles T. Blanchard, the retired town manager of Palmer, Read more
The Berkshire Eagle recently obtained a copy of the employee complaint against Williamstown Police Department (WPD) Sergeant Scott McGowan alleging Read more
Janneke van de Stadt, professor of Russian, has never considered just one country home. Throughout her life, van de Stadt Read more
This weekend, Ephs returned to the field for their first NESCAC competitions in over a year. While this spring season Read more
One month ago, the Record spoke with six formerly remote first-years about their fears, expectations, and hopes about stepping onto Read more
Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College for our One Read more
Associate Vice President for Finance and Administration Matt Sheehy will leave the College to take the position of Chief Financial Read more
On March 31, Amherst College formalized its commitment to divest its endowment from fossil fuels.  Effective immediately, Amherst will cease Read more
This year, the Jewish holiday of Passover (known in Hebrew as Pesach) began on the evening of Saturday, March 27 Read more
In its first competition since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, baseball (3-0, 3-0 in the NESCAC) took an away Read more
Monday 3-29-21 7:40 p.m. Sawyer Library: Officers responded to the second floor of Special Collections for a glass break alarm Read more