Month: September 1998

Album Review: Hole’s Celebrity Skin

Every once in a while, when someone gets it just right, bubblegum pop takes on properties far greater than the music was ever meant to imply.

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Men’s golf places fourth at Invite

The grass was cut, the sun was out and the drives were long everything was perfect for the Ephs annual Williams Invitational.

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Men’s cross-country races to victory

The conditions were unfriendly and the course was daunting, but neither of these factors could keep the Ephs from once again emerging victorious as hosts of their own invitational.

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Women’s cross-country wins decisively in invite

The Williams women’s cross country team showed their domination and power to the rest of New England as they easily claimed another victory at the Williams Invitational at Mt. Hope.

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Women’s soccer remains perfect through four

The Williams College women’s soccer team won for the fourth time this year in as many contests, defeating Little Three rival Wesleyan University in a dominating fashion with a score of 3-0.

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Williams men’s rugby falls to UVM despite valiant effort

The resurgent men’s rugby football club opened up their season with a minor setback. The White Dawgs suffered their first loss, as they fell to conference rival University of Vermont 16-20 on Saturday.

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Williams theater organization celebrates with Bergen and Nichols

Friday afternoon, Cap and Bells celebrated its 100th birthday in dramatic style. The student-run theater organization hosted an informal question and answer session with Candice Bergen.

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Good coffee, good company

As avid coffee drinkers, not to mention caffeine addicts, we were naturally curious about the new coffee bar in Goodrich Student Center.

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Spring Street Blues

Monday 9-21-98 8:15 p.m. Intrusion from Bronfman B24. Cause unknown.

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Forest Festival takes on new format in 20th year

This past Saturday afternoon the Williams Center for Environmental Studies (CES) presented its annual Forest Festival at the Rosenburg Center in Hopkins Forest.

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