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EEE: What is it, and how can you stay safe?

EEE: What is it, and how can you stay safe?

Rachel Swansburg

October 9, 2019

The 2019 outbreak is the worst Massachusetts has seen in over 50 years.

“I would be a great diva!”: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg brings laughs and inspiration to Amherst College

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sits on stage with Amherst College President Carolyn “Biddy” Martin on Oct. 3, 2019.

Caeli Chesin and Brian Choquet

October 4, 2019

“It's just crazy because I have a bobblehead of her at my house and so getting to see her speak in person is almost surreal.”

Ilina Shah, Student Government Association attorney general

(Faith Cardoza/Amherst Wire)

Faith Cardoza and Vincent Rossi

October 3, 2019

Shah is responsible for being the liaison between SGA and the Dean of Students Office and Legal Service Office.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to speak at Amherst College Thursday, live-stream opened to the public

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to speak at Amherst College Thursday, live-stream opened to the public

Caeli Chesin, Campus News Editor

October 2, 2019

"Notorious R.B.G." makes her way to the Pioneer Valley.

Environmental rights defender Gloria Ushigua discusses her activism at UMass

(Harry Ortof/Amherst Wire)

Harry Ortof, Writer

September 30, 2019

As a result of her work, she has increasingly been harassed by public officials and law enforcement.

Biggest freshman class ever leads to overcrowding in dining commons

Biggest freshman class ever leads to overcrowding in dining commons

Abigail Gracie, Contributor

September 19, 2019

With a larger-than-ever incoming class, the battle for a table has begun.

How 9/11 Shook the Newsroom

The World Trade Center

Emilee Klein and Caeli Chesin

September 11, 2019

Four journalism professors share their experiences during the terrorist attacks 18 years ago

Economy housing expands into multi-year dorms

(Photo is a screenshot of a video courtesy of Alyssa Cochran-Caggiano)

Brian Choquet, Campus News Editor

August 30, 2019

Even multi-year dorms aren't safe from quad rooms.

UMass students hold sit-in at State House

(Brian Choquet/ Amherst Wire)

Brian Choquet, Campus News Editor

May 18, 2019

“If there are no student voices in the discussion, then how well are you doing your job.”

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