Top 15 Amherst College News Stories of 2014–15

Now that the academic year is done, let's take a look back at some of the most clicked, tweeted, liked and shared bits of Amherst-related news. Here, in chronological order, are the year's highlights:

1. Meet the Class of 2018, by the Numbers
Amherst's class of 2018 includes an internationally ranked table tennis player, a Morse Code enthusiast, a U.S. military veteran, a blacksmith and someone who wears size 16 shoes.

Shining a Spotlight on Sexual Assault

By Emily Gold Boutilier

Years from now, when today’s students point to the date when a campus movement went from a gentle simmer to a rolling boil, they’ll likely identify Oct. 17, 2012. That’s when, all around campus, people opened The Amherst Student or went to its website and found an op-ed by Angie Epifano ’14.

Growing Our Community: Growing Ourselves

By Rhonda Cobham-Sander

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Day of Dialogue Generates Ideas for Change

November 7, 2012

Sex- and relationship education that takes place throughout the year, not just at orientation. Explicit, step-by-step instructions on how to report a rape. Greater transparency about the frequency of sexual assault. More campus-wide events.

Live Audiocast

Open Meeting to Discuss the SMOC Report

Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013

Audio will begin at approximately 7:30 PM.

Day of Dialogue