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Why the Kennedy name is no longer enough

Why the Kennedy name is no longer enough

Amelia Marceau, Writer

October 10, 2019

Kennedy versus Markey is the Democratic match-up many around the country have been watching

Summer Walker is “Over It”

Summer Walker is “Over It”

Astghik Dion, Assistant Photo Editor

October 9, 2019

The album will make you want to break up with your partner, text them I miss you, then block them on tracks like “Drunk Dialing...LODT.”

Meet Julia Fox, SGA’s associate speaker

Meet Julia Fox, SGA’s associate speaker

Faith Cardoza and Vincent Rossi

October 9, 2019

Associate Speaker, Julia Fox, wants students to know that SGA is a resource for students and SGA is here to support and represent everyone at UMass.

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.

13 Spooky Halloween Tricks and Treats: Part I

13 Spooky Halloween Tricks and Treats: Part I

David Anderson, Brianna Silva, and Adam Buckley

October 9, 2019

Entertainment gives a weekly taste of movies and music to haunt.

YouTube star Shane Dawson documents life in the spotlight with “The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star”

YouTube star Shane Dawson documents life in the spotlight with “The Beautiful World of Jeffree Star”

Alana Zeilander, Contributor

October 8, 2019

Dawson displays all the ups and downs of being an outsider on the inside of the chaos of the beauty world. From a news story about the dynamic duo not being on the best of terms, to discussing Star’s ex-friends, fans learn more about his perspective.

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.

Five films to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Five films to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Brianna Silva, Writer

October 8, 2019

Ranging from Spain to Brazil, each of these films explore different lives, cultures and genres. Regardless of your level of Spanish (and/or Portuguese), these films are sure to make you laugh, cry and fall in love.

Stone the Druggist; a small-town band with big dreams

Stone the Druggist; a small-town band with big dreams

Chloe Lindahl, Writer

October 7, 2019

When asked what the best parts of being in a band, Ford simply says “friendship and camaraderie.” Making music is a job that helps you fulfill the creative outlet in your life.

Entertainment’s Weekly Spin with Halsey, Travis Scott and more

Entertainment’s Weekly Spin with Halsey, Travis Scott and more

Amherst Wire Staff

October 7, 2019

With more music being released than ever before, Amherst Wire’s Entertainment team keeps you posted with some of their favorite tracks of the week.

UMass SGA discusses UMass for the kids at second annual meeting

UMass SGA discusses UMass for the kids at second annual meeting

Laurie Sexton, Contributor

October 7, 2019

Over 40, 000 children ranging with a diagnosis from cancer to premature babies are assisted and without the partnership of UMass FTK, many of these services offered may not be offered. 

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