“We Open on a Red Desert,” a play from student theater group Ghostlight, premiered this weekend. The play, which involves writerly drama and a Mars landing, was writer-director Luke Herzog ’24’s last full-length production at Amherst.
Madeline Lawson '25
The Choral Society performed their annual Family Weekend concert this past Saturday. It featured spooky pieces, rousing songs, and even an opportunity for alumni to join in.
This past Saturday, the Amherst Symphony Orchestra made its season debut with the newest members of ASO and a piece featuring President Michael Elliott.
Managing Arts and Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 reviews the diverse performances of Amherst’s six a cappella groups at their first showcase of the year.
There are so many creative groups on campus, it can be hard to know what’s happening. Managing Arts and Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 introduces some of Amherst’s student arts groups in preparation for this Saturday’s Get Involved Fair.
Before the stress of the semester starts, the Arts & Living editors reflect on their favorite summer reads, listens, and watches.
Her radio show is called “And She Was,” but Helen Feibes is anything but a has-been. Finding joy in everything from neuroscience to creative writing, Feibes is the personification of the liberal-arts ideal.