Students march in divestment parade

Last Saturday, over 100 students, faculty, alumni and community members marched… Read the full article →

Students march in divestment parade Students march in divestment parade

New student club ‘wood’ love to help you out

Over the past semester, what began as two friends building a coffee table together… Read the full article →

New student club ‘wood’ love to help you out New student club ‘wood’ love to help you out

Men’s baseball splits series against Bates

Baseball (8-14, 3-6 in the NESCAC) earned their first home victory this season… Read the full article →

Men’s baseball splits series against Bates Men’s baseball splits series against Bates

‘Don’t Cry for Me Banks of Wall Street’ comes to ’62 Center

This weekend in the ’62 Center’s Directing Studio, Clyde Engle ’15 will… Read the full article →

‘Don’t Cry for Me Banks of Wall Street’ comes to ’62 Center ‘Don’t Cry for Me Banks of Wall Street’ comes to ’62 Center

One in 2000: Rak Dong Lim ’15

Rak Dong Lim puts the most interesting man in the world to shame. Next year,… Read the full article →

One in 2000: Rak Dong Lim ’15 One in 2000: Rak Dong Lim '15

News

AASiA hosts REACH Conference at College

April 22, 2015

The College hosted the first-ever Asian American Renaissance: Art, Activism, and Popular Culture conference (REACH) last Friday through Saturday. Asian American Students in Action (AASiA) organized the event. The goals of REACH were to address divisions between Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities and support activism, scholarship and artistic expression. The conference sought “To […]

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College to reduce cost of Senior Week

April 22, 2015

Last semester’s College Council (CC) and the Office of Student Life (OSL) have collaborated to significantly reduce the cost of Senior Week, celebrations for the senior class held by the College during the week before Commencement Exercises. OSL, the primary funder of Senior Week, will now contribute less money to the Entertainment Co-Sponsorship Fund (EComm) […]

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Editorials

Ending on a good note

April 22, 2015

We at the Record applaud the recent effort by last year’s College Council (CC) and the Office for Student Life (OSL) to significantly reduce the cost of Senior Week, beginning with the Class of 2016. By effectively working together to determine how to continue to fund certain groups while creatively reappropriating other budgets to cover […]

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Double, double, housing trouble

April 15, 2015

In light of the College’s recent decision to permanently ‘open up’ 20 single rooms across campus, we at the Record commend the Office of Student Life (OSL) for striving to find creative and cost-effective solutions to issues such as next fall’s expected surplus of students living on campus. As a residential college that encourages students […]

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Op-Eds

It can be different

April 22, 2015

For a long time, I was ashamed of how I felt. Many times, I struggled to make it through the day. Last year, my senior year at the College, my condition became much worse. Most days, my feelings were so unbearable that I could not escape them. My friends helped me find counseling at the […]

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Number one for whom?

April 22, 2015

Upon arriving at the College, I quickly noticed that several buildings and most dorms lacked ramps and elevators. “What do students with wheelchairs do?” I asked. My Junior Advisor explained that when students are considering which college to attend, they have to consider these sorts of things; people who use wheelchairs just wouldn’t choose Williams. […]

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Features

New student club ‘wood’ love to help you out

April 22, 2015

Over the past semester, what began as two friends building a coffee table together over Winter Study transformed into Willy Good Wood, a new innovative student woodworking initiative. Aiming to combine the art of woodworking with community service, the club has already made incredible strides through volunteering with Habitat for Humanity and partnering with the […]

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Behind the Uniform: Megan Mazza

April 22, 2015

Studio assistants are invaluable to the College’s Art Department. Megan Mazza is especially valued by all photography students. Mazza has a big job. In a nutshell, she is the “photo tech” and supports any photography classes offered by the College’s Art Department. What does that really mean? She orders supplies and equipment, repairs equipment, maintains […]

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Arts

‘Don’t Cry for Me Banks of Wall Street’ comes to ’62 Center

April 22, 2015

This weekend in the ’62 Center’s Directing Studio, Clyde Engle ’15 will be putting up a production of his independent project, an original musical titled Don’t Cry for Me Banks of Wall Street. The show is certainly very unique to Engle and it yields a thoroughly entertaining production. The musical revue tracks the path of […]

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Neutral Milk Hotel delights audience at Mass MoCA

April 22, 2015

Critically-acclaimed indie band Neutral Milk Hotel performed last Friday night in Mass MoCA’s theatre. The show was highly anticipated as part of the group’s self-described “last tour for the foreseeable future,” and many students from the College eagerly flocked to the museum to see the band. At 8 p.m., Neutral Milk Hotel’s multi-instrumentalist Julian Koster […]

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Sports

Women’s lacrosse topples Western New England

April 22, 2015

Tri-captain Bridget Malicki’s ’15 hat-trick was not enough to propel No. 17 Williams (7-5, 3-5 NESCAC) over No. 10 Colby last weekend. Despite capturing three of the final four goals in the contest, the Ephs fell to the Mules, 12-9. However, the Ephs managed to clinch a spot in the NESCAC playoffs. They will travel […]

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Men’s lacrosse loses close game to Colby

April 22, 2015

Last weekend, men’s lacrosse traveled to Waterville, Maine where they suffered a 17-9 defeat to Colby. Goals from Bryson Gilbert-Bono ’16 and co-captain Steven Kiesel ’15 kept a close score of 3-2 at the end of the first quarter. However, the Mules dominated the scoring for the rest of the game. Andy Grabowski ’15 and […]

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