Host Aaron Holton ’25 is joined by James Patterson Jr ’27 to discuss all of the action from the Supreme Court’s 2022-2023 term as their 2023-2024 term is just kicking off.
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Host Aaron Holton ’25 sits down with Staff Writer Zane Khiry ’25 to discuss the role of policing in communities; tactics such as no knock warrants; qualified immunity; and the idea of defunding the police.
Staff Podcaster Aaron Holton ’25 argues that the Republican party in its current iteration betrays American values, and calls for a defense of constitutional ideals.
Host Aaron Holton ’25 is joined by Managing News Editor Leo Kamin ’25 to discuss the role of bias in the American judicial system and the ways in which the Supreme Court is an inherently political institution.
Host Aaron Holton ’25 is joined by Aidan Orr ’24 to discuss alternative forms of justice and prison abolition.
"Politics at Amherst" seeks to enrich political discourse on campus by bringing underrepresented perspectives into the conversation. On this episode, host Aaron Holton ’25 is joined by Tim Carroll ’25 in the first of a two-part series on affirmative action.
How do Amherst students engage in political discourse? In the first episode of The Student’s newest podcast, Aaron Holton ’25 discusses how political ideologies manifest on the Amherst campus with Isaiah Doble ’25.