Month: January 1998

Class issues not recognized at Williams

Due to the careful efforts of many, the Williams student body is undeniably "multicultural."

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Special Prosecutor deserving of investigation

Innocent until proven guilty. Practically every citizen of the United States has heard these words repeated time and time again through the overexposed trials of O.J. Simpson, Timothy McVeigh, and countless others.

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Students, staff need better communication

The front page of The Record boldly announces that the Health Center scare is just a rumor. Should this put all of our fears to rest regarding the future of our little refuge?

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One in 2000: Jeff McMahon

Jeff McMahon- Junior

Residence: West

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Roger’s Corner

Record: Hi Roger. Roger: I would like to state that I’ve never committed any indiscretions with Paula Jones. We’ve always maintained an honorable relationship.

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The Acclaimed OCC Quiz

How much do you know about getting a job?

As a member of the Class of 1998, I have been spending this Winter Study browsing the literature at the OCC, slouching in a chair and half-heartedly jotting addresses from various pink Job Notebooks onto some notepad with "Putnam Investments" written at the bottom.

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Phantoms: an exercise in spooky crap

Chances are, either you’ve already seen Phantoms or you’re not going to anytime soon. That’s understandable.

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British pop starlets’ new film takes movie industry by siege

There was a time when the British Empire spanned the globe, and her power was respected and feared.

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Independent Music Project plays innovative concert

November 13, 1997, 8 p.m. A night to remember? Probably not. Although a person would remember that night had he attended Simultaneities, the inaugural performance of the Independent Music Project.

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Sophistry and Aloud attack realities of campus life

Watching Jonathan Marc Sherman’s "Sophistry" is like watching Williams through a fishbowl.



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