After a string of lackluster years, the Amherst football team is looking to rebound with a successful 2022 season. Their campaign begins with a home contest against NESCAC opponent Middlebury on Saturday, Sept. 17.
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Juanita Jaramillo came to Amherst as a track recruit, but her time on campus has been about far more: She found a passion for policy-related research, which she will pursue as a predoctoral fellow at MIT.
Women’s lacrosse was red hot over spring break, winning three straight games, including a comeback win in overtime and a tight conference win, to secure a four-game winning streak and a 21st place national ranking.
The managing sports editors introduce a community-wide ESPN Bracket Challenge and present their contenders, pretenders, dark horses, and sleepers. The group name to join is Amherst Student 2022!
Men’s swim and dive took third place overall at the NESCAC Championships. Five swimmers took home All-NESCAC honors.
Women’s hockey excelled in conference play over the last six weeks, positioning themselves for a playoff run at the end of the month.
After a year-long in-person hiatus, the Amherst Symphony Orchestra returned in style Sept. 18 with a performance that included skillful renditions of two little-known works, as well as a popular Brahms overture and a large-scale Dvorak symphony.