Month: February 1999

Problems of community rest on individuals

According to the way we categorize people in our society, I am a white male. Because of the necessity of categorizing and labeling things in order to communicate, I will accept my classification.

Read More

First Lady proves promising candidate for Senate in 2000

As the country emerges from the ashes of the impeachment saga, the latest gossip making its way around Washington circles has been that the First Lady may run for the Senate in 2000.

Read More

Corrupt dealings plague Olympic process

In general, sports confuse me. Football is totally incomprehensible. I understand the basic concept of basketball, baseball and soccer, but all those rules are way too complicated.

Read More

Open communication among groups required of students

This is a direct response to the article written by Timothy Karpoff, titled “Lessons learned from C-League.”

Read More

Student finds Singled Out offensive

Singled Out is one of the more inane shows on television.

Read More

Committee’s proposal denied

We recently reviewed a proposal by the CUL to establish an option for Substance Free Housing.

Read More

Self-segregation reveals deeper social problems; intervention needed

Ah, race relations. A delicate subject, to say the least. While my friends will probably cringe upon hearing that I have chosen to speak on such a topic, they will have to deal.

Read More

English major should be re-evaluated

Last Monday, members of the English department met with concerned students at Rice House to discuss possible changes in the structure of the English major.

Read More

Spring Street Blues

Monday 2-8-99 7:57 a.m. Call to Bronfman concerning non-college trash being dumped in Bronfman dumpsters.

Read More

Stephen Jay Gould to speak on ‘Necessity of Failure’

World-renowned paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould will speak at Williams College on Tues., March 2, at 8 p.m. in Chapin Hall.

Read More