Managing Podcast Editor Andrew Rosin ’25 uses the ongoing World Cup games as an entry point to interrogate students’ difficulties with paying attention in class.
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Host Andrew Rosin ’25 discusses everything related to the Amherst College Board of Trustees with the board’s chairman, Andy Nussbaum ’85, and two of the trustees, Paul Smith ’78 and Shirley Tilghman.
Assistant Podcast Editor Andrew Rosin ’25 offers an inside look at UMass Amherst’s Berkshire Dining Commons, asking for himself the eternal question: “How good is it, really?”
If Amherst boasts a 93 percent graduation rate, then what are the stories of the forgotten 7 percent? Through the voices of transfer students — that is, students who transferred away from Amherst — we begin to answer this question.
Staff writer Andrew Rosin ’25 addresses the culture of selling out into finance, reminding students of their potential to bring Amherst’s interdisciplinary principles to Wall Street.
In 2020, 1/5 of Amherst College graduates went on to work in the finance industry; the next-highest number of grads — only 11% — went into consulting. In other words, finance is far and away the most appealing industry to Amherst students. At a school with such diverse opportunities, and which
Staff writer Andrew Rosin ’25 outlines why Amherst needs to have an introductory economics course for non-majors, claiming that it would be more accessible to the larger community.