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An Account of Sexual Assault at Amherst College

By Angie Epifano. Epifano is a former student of the class of 2014 Issue 142-6

Wed, 10/17/2012 – 00:07

TRIGGER WARNING: This content deals with an account of sexual assault and may be triggering to some people. 582 more words

Student Societies of Amherst Academy & Their Questions

This week’s blog post comes from our Bicentennial Metadata Librarian, Amanda Pizzollo:

As avid readers of this blog will know, Amherst College was conceived out of the previously existing Amherst Academy. 1,460 more words

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Visiting Colleges. Massachusetts. Day 1. Smith College, UMass Amherst, Amherst College

My daughter finished a summer program at Smith College. I picked her up and we started visiting colleges around Massachusetts. Day 1. 559 more words


Amherst-in-Holyoke, 1910-1952

Over the River

We have written about Amherst’s missionaries who traveled the world, but some missionary work was done much closer to home. For just over forty years, Amherst students worked with Holyoke’s Rev. 1,002 more words

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Holding up Our Mirrors: The Reflection of Supportive Women in Global Policy

I was first introduced to PLEN through an email and Facebook post from my university’s Women & Gender Center and the Career Center’s Careers in Non-profit & Government page. 706 more words

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5-11 July 1942: Daylight Raids Return - Malta Braced for Invasion

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5 July 1942: Enemy Adopt High Level Bombing Tactics to Avoid Guns… 4,480 more words


How to (Ab)use Policy at Amherst College: The No Contact Order

At Amherst College, there are many tools at your disposal to ensure the next four years are as “pain-free” and “safe” as possible. Although any Amherst student should have come here to learn about diverse ideas and from people with different ideas and experiences from yourself, sometimes you may find yourself tired of confronting new ideas in the classroom, and want to relax outside of the classroom, free from other kinds of thought. 208 more words

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