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The EIC Podcast: The Amber Guyger trial and police brutality

The EIC Podcast: The Amber Guyger trial and police brutality

Jonathan Kermah, Co-editor in chief

October 8, 2019

Jonathan Kermah is joined by Amherst Wire co-editor in chief Sifa Kasongo and Rebirth Project PR director Brie Bristol to discuss the recent trial of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger and police brutality in America.

Ask UMass — Football

Ask UMass — Football

Nicole Biagioni, Michael McHugh, Rachel Swansburg, and John Buday

October 6, 2019

After UMass Football's first win on Sunday, Nicole Biagioni and Michael McHugh ask UMass students their thoughts on the team.

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

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

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.”

TransAtlantic Soccer Podcast: Episode 1

TransAtlantic Soccer Podcast: Episode 1

Jacob Robson, Alejandro Winsor, and Joshua Crespo

October 3, 2019

Tune in to hear the latest news and views on all things soccer.

The EIC Podcast: “Hustlers” review and “Saturday Night Live” season premiere recap

The EIC Podcast: “Hustlers” review and “Saturday Night Live” season premiere recap

Jonathan Kermah, Co-Editor in Chief

October 1, 2019

Jonathan Kermah is joined by Amherst Wire contributor Brianna Silva to talk about her review of the movie "Hustlers." Later Silva and Kermah are joined by assistant entertainment editor Julia Donohue to discuss the season premiere of "Saturday Night Live."

Ask UMass — eCampus v. Amazon

Ask UMass — eCampus v. Amazon

Rebecca Duffy, Meghan Carney, and John Buday

September 29, 2019

Rebecca Duffy and Meghan Carney ask UMass students how they've been impacted by UMass' switch from Amazon to eCampus as a provider for textbooks.

The Zoo Report: Cam Sibert on covering UMass women’s sports

The Zoo Report: Cam Sibert on covering UMass women’s sports

Kacey Connolly, Chloe Lindahl, and Katherine Kelley

September 27, 2019

"I remember you'd like go on a date with a boy and your mom would be like 'so you're dating' and I'd be like 'no we're talking' but like what is talking?"

808s and Ankle Breaks: JPEGMAFIA’s “All My Heroes Are Corballs” and new NBA tampering rules

808s and Ankle Breaks: JPEGMAFIA’s “All My Heroes Are Corballs” and new NBA tampering rules

Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson

September 26, 2019

This week, Co-hosts Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson talk JPEGMAFIA’s “All My Heroes Are Cornballs,” Kanye’s upcoming album “Jesus Is King” and the NBA’s new tampering rules. https://amherstwire.podbean.com/mf/play/dvhatt/EPisode46.mp3 Listen here: Apple Podcasts Spotify ...

Ask UMass — Advice for New Students

Ask UMass — Advice for New Students

Rachel Swansburg, Nicole Biagioni, Michael Mchugh, and John Buday

September 25, 2019

With the fall semester underway, Nicole Biagioni and Michael McHugh ask UMass students what advice they'd give to new students.

UMass Hockey: Meet New York Rangers draft pick Zac Jones

UMass Hockey: Meet New York Rangers draft pick Zac Jones

Chase Purrington, Sports Editor

September 24, 2019

Zac Jones represents the next line of recent talents in the UMass defense pipeline.

The EIC Podcast: Student walkout for climate change and UMass Basketball’s newest walk-on

The EIC Podcast: Student walkout for climate change and UMass Basketball’s newest walk-on

Jonathan Kermah, Co-Editor in Chief

September 24, 2019

Amherst Wire co-editor in chief Jonathan Kermah sits down with UMass junior and representative of the Sunrise Movement Amherst hub Nadia L'Bahy and the newest member of the UMass basketball team Davonte Higginbottom.

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