In addition to a $200,000 bailout of the AAS’ debt, the administration has committed to providing permanent structural support for the AAS by incorporating their finances into the college’s broader fiscal system.
The Hadley branch of Trader Joe’s, the first Trader Joe’s in the country to unionize, faces a campaign to decertify the union and a National Labor Review Board hearing analyzing unfair practices. Still, many workers remain committed to the cause.
Shuttles to Logan Airport, Boston, and New York will now cost $15, $20, and $35, respectively. The revenue will allow the committee to increase the shuttles’ capacity and offer services at the beginning and end of summer break for the first time.
The Association of Amherst Students (AAS) will hold elections for two senators for the class of 2025, one senator for the class of 2026, and one senator for transfer students this Thursday, Feb. 22. The students listed have announced their candidacies for these elections.
The latest installment of the Campus Police Log, from Feb. 13 to Feb. 20, can be found here.
Mammoth Moments in Miniature provides quick updates on community happenings. This week’s edition includes LitFest, the AAS talent show, and more.
Workers overwhelmingly voted to form the union, which is affiliated with the Office and Professional Employees International Union. Organizers hope for safer working conditions, training for new workers, and better pay.