A double major in geology and economics, former AAS president Angelina Han had a busy four years at Amherst. Her commitments to public service and helping others shine through everything she says and does.
Yasmin Hamilton '24
After a four-year hiatus, Mitski has released two singles for her upcoming sixth album "Laurel Hell." Staff Writer Yasmin Hamilton '24 reflects on what these singles might mean for the new album's direction.
Staff writer Yasmin Hamilton ’24 discusses students’ difficulty of adjusting to the pre-pandemic academic expectations this semester in light of many ongoing effects of the global crisis, and argues for the maintenance of the increased academic leniency from last year.
Yasmin Hamilton '24 reviews "A Reckoning in Boston," a 2021 documentary that forces viewers to acknowledge the pervasiveness of systemic problems and consider how the construction of the documentary itself reflects inequalities in our society.
Staff writer Yasmin Hamilton ‘24 reviews the “Gossip Girl” reboot. Despite claiming to feature more progressive and inclusive themes, the reboot ends up pairing many of the original show's problems with terrible acting and dialogue.
Yaqui plans to attend Florida State University in the fall to obtain a master’s in social work and criminology. Photo courtesy of Yaqui Montes de Oca ’21.On a typical day, you might find Yaqueline “Yaqui” Montes de Oca ’21 in room 018 of Keefe Campus Center, the Office
Last Sunday, over 100 filmmakers and actors gathered in Union Station in Los Angeles to celebrate the 93rd Academy Awards. The ceremony had been postponed from its original date of Feb. 28 to extend the eligibility period for films and to account for some of the impacts of Covid-19 on