The Iron Horse, long one of the Pioneer Valley’s most popular music halls, will be reopening for the first time in four years on May 1.
Ethan Neuschwander '25
Hampshire College is immediately accepting all transfers from New College of Florida, a school with a similarly exploratory approach to education, after Governor Ron DeSantis upended the school’s leadership.
Summaries of the Board of Trustees’ meetings will be publicly available from this point forward. The change comes as a compromise amid a push to elect a student representative to the board.
Siddhartha V. Shah assumed the position of John Wieland 1958 director of the Mead Art Museum on Tuesday, Nov. 15. In addition to overseeing the typical duties of a museum director, Shah hopes to create a welcoming and diverse space that reflects the community it serves.
A physics major, jazz pianist, and now civil rights attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union, Kyle Mitchell Virgien ’08 has dedicated his life to seeking justice for the incarcerated and bringing awareness to their lived experiences.
An all-day event celebrating the 50th anniversary of La Causa and the fifth anniversary of the Latinx and Latin American studies department was held in the Eighty Powerhouse on Thursday, Sept. 15. The event featured a host of alumni panelists, whose class years ranged from 1974 to 2020.
The Biden-Harris Administration recently announced that it would be forgiving up to $20,000 of student debt for current and former students. Here’s what that might mean for Amherst students.