[Fun]The Amherst Student billed it as the “first winter weekend in recent years,” although none of us had heard of it personally or from friends in earlier classes. It was named the “Bacchanalia”—alcohol-charged and, by today’s standards, politically incorrect.
Winner of Mead Art Museum Contest Installs Artwork in Stearns Steeple
Jutting up into the sky in front of the Mead Art Museum, Stearns Steeple has long been one of the most impressive and distinctive features of the Amherst campus. We’ve all seen its stone exterior and heard its bells, but would you care to guess what else is now inside of it?