Abby Phillip, from The Washington Post, talking with students before the evening panel discussion.
Abby Phillip, The Washington Post, Jessica Taylor, National Public Radio, and Tim Murphy, Mother Jones, taking questions from students.
Jessica Taylor, lead digital political report for NPR, answers questions from students.
Amherst students participating in a discussion with visiting political journalists.
Tim Murphy, senior report for Mother Jones, talking with students before the evening panel, which he moderated.
A small number of students were invited to meet with the panelists for an informal discussion prior to the main evening event.
Abby Phillip, national political reporter for The Washington Post, offering insight to Amherst students about the election coverage.
A small group of Amherst students were invited to meet with the visiting journalists prior to the evening panel discussion.
Amherst students taking advantage of a face-to-face opportunity to ask the visiting journalists questions.
Byron Tau, a reporter in The Wall Street Journal's Washington, D.C., bureau, sat down with Amherst students for an informal discussion.
Amherst students meeting with visiting journalists Byron Tau and Julia Ioffe.
Julia Ioffe, a contributing writer for Politico, responding to a question from a student.
Julia Ioffe, a contributing writer for Politico, reacts to a student's comment.
Tales from the Trail: Journalists' Insights from the 2016 Campaign took place on Oct. 6, 2016 in the Johnson Chapel at Amherst College.
All four panelists, plus moderator Tim Murphy, in Johnson Chapel.
Julia Ioffe, Politico, making a point during the panel session.
Pictured (l to r): Tim Murphy, Abby Phillip, and Julia Ioffe.
Abby Phillip contributing to the panel discussion.
The journalists spoke to a rapt audience in Johnson Chapel.
In attendance was Biddy Martin, president of Amherst College.
The panelists listening to each other's stories.
The panel discussion, attended by many Amherst College students, was free and open to the public.
Pictured (l to r): Byron Tau and Jessica Taylor.
Amherst College students in the audience.
At the end of the formal discussion, audience members were invited to ask questions.
Jessica Taylor responds to a question from the audience.
Audience members waited for their turn to ask a question.
The panelists posed for a photo with the staff of The Amherst Student, which was founded in 1868, making it the oldest independent weekly college publication in the country.