A veteran political strategist, a black feminist archaeologist, and a rabbi discuss the implications of the Trump ascendency for Amherst and the Valley.
On this episode of Let's Be Reasonable, Irv Rhodes of B.O.L.D. and Maria Kopicki of S.A.S.S. debate the reasonableness of Amherst's plans to build a new, 750-student elementary school.
On this episode of Let's Be Reasonable, architect John Kuhn defends his design of the first new office building to be built in Amherst for 30 years. Plus, how much is fair to expect of an architect, anyway?
On this episode of Let's Be Reasonable, Vira Douangmany-Cage discusses the recent departure of ARPS superintendent Maria Geryk, and the challenges of building trust on a deeply divided school committee.
In this episode of Let's Be Reasonable, host Oliver Broudy talks with Amherst-Pelham Regional School Committee member Dr. Trevor Baptiste regarding the events surrounding the controversial departure of Maria Geryk from her position as superintendent of the Amherst-Pelham Regional School system.