Bicyclist hurrying to class this morning.
Xbox on campus.
Horse patrol by the Student Union.
Getting punny downtown.
From a seat by the window in Antonio’s.
The Amherst Women’s Club had a celebration of their 150th birthday and sent over to the Amherst Survival Center this leftover cake with an edible food coloring portrait of their headquarters on it. Everyone said it was too beautiful to eat - and then ate it anyway.
“Rejoice.” It was the first word carved onto our current building in 1929. It’s part of an engraved sentence above our front entrance that reads, “Rejoice O Young Man In Thy Youth,” from Ecclesiastes 11:9.
“All good work is in defiance of management.”
—what Bob Woodward and his colleagues “whisper” to each other at the Post about their efforts