Month: October 1998

Men’s CC blazes through NE’s

On Saturday, the Williams Men’s Cross Country team traveled to Wesleyan’s Veterans Park to defend their Little Three title.

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One in 2000: Scott Kaplan

Residence: West College Hometown: Brooklyn, New York

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Water polo secures third place at NE’s

The members of the Williams water polo team came home from Wesleyan this weekend with their heads high, even if they returned with third place instead of the New England title for which they had been aiming.

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Women’s CC runs over the competition

Domination is the only way to describe the women’s cross country performance at the Little Three Championships as they were the overwhelming winners of the race this past Saturday.

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Women’s soccer poised to finish season undefeated

The Williams women’s soccer team has now gone 15 games without a loss, most recently defeating Amherst and Middlebury along with a tie against Tufts.

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Men’s soccer on fire, topples Amherst

The Williams men’s soccer team improved their season record to 10-1-0 as they shutout the Tufts University Jumbos by a score of 1-0 bringing Tufts’ record to 6-5-0. The Ephs have been on a tear lately and are in the midst of a streak that has held other teams scoreless for six and a half games.

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Demme and Winfrey’s reading of Morrison’s difficult to adapt Beloved adequate but unsubtle

Literary adaptation has always been a problem in film.

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Album Review: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion’s “Acme”

Midway through “Talk About the Blues,” the first single from the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion’s new disc Acme, Jon Spencer helpfully informs us that “I don’t play the blues; I play rock ‘n roll!”

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Farley becomes all-time Williams football win leader

After the Williams College football team’s October 17th 38-14 victory over the squad from Middlebury, head coach Dick Farley established himself as the all-time Williams leader in coaching wins.

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Men’s CC blazes through NE’s

On Saturday, the Williams Men’s Cross Country team traveled to Wesleyan’s Veterans Park to defend their Little Three title.

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