Emergency CC meeting annuls election

College Council (CC) voted to annul the presidential election by a result of… Read the full article →

Emergency CC meeting annuls election Emergency CC meeting annuls election

Men’s lax tops Bowdoin in opener

Men’s lacrosse (1-0, 1-0 in the NESCAC) started its season with a bang on… Read the full article →

Men’s lax tops Bowdoin in opener Men’s lax tops Bowdoin in opener

Student music groups shine in 10,000 Glowsticks

Last Saturday, Greylock was lit with glowsticks and filled with high energy… Read the full article →

Student music groups shine in 10,000 Glowsticks Student music groups shine in 10,000 Glowsticks

Candidates for College Council debate issues

On Monday, the Record-moderated College Council (CC) Debate between CC candidates… Read the full article →

Candidates for College Council debate issues Candidates for College Council debate issues

Winter Carnival hosts Meet and Greet with Toto

Last Saturday, as part of the Wizard-of-Oz-themed “Snow place like home”… Read the full article →

Winter Carnival hosts Meet and Greet with Toto Winter Carnival hosts Meet and Greet with Toto

News

Emergency CC meeting annuls election

March 4, 2015

College Council (CC) voted to annul the presidential election by a result of 19-1-3 at an emergency meeting held last night. The motion voids the 925-461 victory of Meghana Vunnamadala ’16 and Teddy Cohan ’16 over Grant Johnson ’17. Per Article VIII, Section 3k of the CC bylaws, new elections are to be held at […]

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Community members share life experiences in Human Library

March 4, 2015

On Friday and Saturday the College hosted a Human Library for all students, faculty, staff and surrounding community members. The event took place for three hours each afternoon in Paresky. The Human Library consisted of 39 members of the community who served as “books” that could be “checked out” for 20-minute conversations with the “readers.” […]

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Editorials

Calling for a re-election

March 2, 2015

We at the Record believe that College Council (CC) co-president elects Teddy Cohan ’16 and Meghana Vunnamadala ’16 violated the CC bylaws by deliberately misinforming the student population, in sending messages to multiple students claiming that they were losing the race on the final day of the election. Although the candidates have since clarified that […]

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There’s snow place like Mt. Greylock

February 25, 2015

We at the Record commend the Winter Carnival Committee for planning and executing a successful Winter Carnival. We see this year’s Carnival as having incorporated many positive improvements on those of years past. Friday’s activities at Mt. Greylock Ski Club were particularly successful, and the inaugural rental of the club improved the Carnival in several […]

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Op-Eds

Campaign contributions

March 4, 2015

I still love Williams, and I still want to help foster an environment where everyone feels welcome. If someone had told me a month ago I would run for president of College Council (CC) this year, I would have thought they were joking. Besides complaining about CC, I didn’t have any actual experience. I might […]

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Fundamental freedom

March 4, 2015

On February 23rd, Williams for Life (WFL) hosted a display from Students for Life of America (SFLA) discussing when human rights begin. The display featured six banners with pictures of fetal development and a timeline, from conception to birth, that allowed students to vote on when this starting point is. During this event, a student […]

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Features

Milham pushes boundaries of “Do it In the Dark Week” 2015

March 4, 2015

As we write this by the light of an exit sign, it has been three days since our bedrooms became extensions of the arctic tundra, five days since Mitchell Breitbart ’15 has washed his hair, and seemingly innumerable days since we have come home to the comforting embrace of warm rice. You may wonder: are […]

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‘Java Jack’ spills the beans on new Goodrich coffee

March 4, 2015

Inspired by the incredible work of the generations of food critics who came before me including the Record’s own “Epicurious” Evan (“Winging it in the Berkshires,” Feb. 18), I tasked myself with exploring newly introduced coffee options available here in Williamstown along with caffeinated cultivator of compassion Robert T. Hefferon ’18. Every denizen of the […]

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Arts

Student music groups shine in 10,000 Glowsticks

March 4, 2015

Last Saturday, Greylock was lit with glowsticks and filled with high energy for the Williams Student Music Association’s 10,000 Glowsticks music festival. The festival was student-organized and featured only student bands. The seven groups included the Bread Helmets, Axolotl, Think Tank, Fuck Beach, Robonixon, Bad Drama Club and Long Island Sound. The crowd was alive […]

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Pianist Shai Wosner dazzles in varied program

March 4, 2015

As pianist Shai Wosner’s fingers began to dance across the keys, a palpable feeling of tranquility and awe fell upon the audience gathered in Chapin Hall. For two hours last Friday night, Wosner performed a sensational program, transporting listeners into a beautiful and complex world of flowing notes and harmonies. Praised by critics for his […]

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Sports

Wrestling finishes third at Div. III Northeast Regionals

March 4, 2015

Competing against 17 other teams last weekend at the NCAA Div. III Northeast Regionals, wrestling (18-2) continued its strong record of success this season. The Ephs secured a third-place finish at Regionals with 101 points, placing only behind Ithaca College, who scored 128.5 points, and Johnson and Wales (JWU), who scored 106. Four Ephs– Jake […]

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Skiing takes fifth at final regular season event of the year

March 4, 2015

The alpine and Nordic ski teams took fifth place at the St. Lawrence Carnival last weekend, the teams’s final regular season event, taking to the slopes and the trails at the 1932 and 1980 Olympic venues in Lake Placid, N.Y. Races began Friday afternoon with the men’s giant slalom. Christoph Lentz ’15 raced to a […]

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