Month: November 1998

International criminal court defends all

“A person stands a better chance of being tried and judged for killing one human being than for killing 100,000.”

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Many connections between hottest issues of today

It’s all connected. This is my defense in response to a friend of mine who pointed out that my writings tend to ramble.

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School violence sensationalized by media

ALARMING ESCALATION IN MEDIA HYPE PORTENDS DEMISE OF REPUTABLE JOURNALISM Well, that may be an overstatement.

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Changes needed at Goodrich Student Center

While it would be ideal for Goodrich to be an entirely student-run operation, the realities of the rigorous academic demands on a Williams student make that ideal unattainable.

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Wisdom of the years: pre-med students honor their alumni mentors

On Friday night the Harrison Morgan Brown Pre-Medical Society sponsored a reception and dinner at the Faculty House to honor local and alumni physicians and Williams faculty who have invested their time in teaching and advising students who aspire to careers in medicine and the health sciences.

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Hockey opens season with 2 wins

The Williams College Men’s Ice Hockey team began their season on an outstanding note, defeating the New England College (NEC) Pilgrims 7-1 on Friday night and St. Anselm College 4-1 on Saturday.

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One in 2000: Dorothy Joo

Residence: Dodd Hometown: Rockville, MD

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BankBoston now First Massachussetts Bank

Banknorth Group, Inc. completed its acquisition of the Berkshire County franchise of BankBoston on November 13.

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One in 500: Assistant Professor of Political Science James McAllister

Last good book you’ve read: George Orwell’s The Road to Williams Pier.

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Ephmen take Berkshire Classic

No Nogelo. No problem. In the Williams College basketball team’s first official games without departed NABC Player of the year Michael Nogelo, the Ephs won the Berkshire Classic by defeating Clark University 74-57.

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