The opinion section editors and editor-in-chief retract their decision to implement a new policy regarding Israel-Palestine op-eds but reiterate their commitment to use their power to prevent the further mass death of Palestinians.
Tapti Sen ’25
In her second installment of “Reflections on Collective Humanity,” Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 argues that we must understand how Palestinian and Jewish liberation are intertwined to truly achieve global freedom from oppression.
In the first of a two-part series titled “Reflections on Collective Humanity,” Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 discusses the parallels she sees between the violence of her own cultural history and that ongoing in Gaza.
Members of the Editorial Board satirize the removal of to-go boxes and to-go cups from Val with an ice-cream-cone protest.
Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 asserts that the value of romanticization should not be understated, despite valid criticisms of “the aesthetic.”
Managing Opinion Editor Tapti Sen ’25 reckons with the act of kneeling in this poem originally published in the Spring 2023 edition of “The Indicator."
From research on capital punishment to her upcoming Fulbright to teach English in Uruguay, Ryan Kyle’s time at Amherst has been shaped by education, mentorship, and an effort to defend human dignity.