Garden Club

Submitted by David S. Emmerman

Amherst Garden Club has now been around for three years, and always expanding. Located behind the Zu (Humphries House) we have 9 large outdoor garden boxes and a newly constructed greenhouse that houses four indoor beds. We grow a variety of vegetables, experiment with fall and winter crops, and give students a space to grow whatever vegetables, fruits and flowers they like.

Hello World!

Hello world! Pardon my tardiness. These past two weeks have been quite a blur; sometimes I don’t know why I take on so many things to do. Nonetheless, it’s been a pretty rewarding two weeks. Next week, I’ll be away from school because I will be working the National High School Model United Nations conference in New York City, so I’ve been pretty busy this week trying to get the things in order before I have to leave. I’m a little scared for my impending doom—of homework—when I get back, which was a struggle last year after I staffed the same conference.

Zoo-Stalgia

Humphries House Constitution

1. Statement of Purpose
Humphries House exists as a co-operative environment for community-oriented individuals. Members work together responsibly to maintain the house, to provide meals, order foods, organize campus and house events collectively. There are no applications for Humphries House. Residents are chosen through a random lottery of interested individuals, conducted by the Dean of Students Office.

II Cooperative Agreement