Month: June 1999

Spring Street Blues

10-10-98 9:15 p.m. Stranger in West College reported. Person was identified and was confirmed as a guest of a student resident of West.

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One in 2000: Scott Snyder

Name: Scott Snyder Hometown: Amherst NY, outside of Buffalo

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On stage at the AMT: reviewing Williams’ year in student theatre

New Works In conjunction with the 100th anniversary of Cap and Bells, three of the organization’s student directors staged works-in-progress for New Works, a Cap and Bells performance showcasing new student-written works.

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Breaking watches and growing ivy; commencement traditions

From the first Commencement on Sept. 2, 1795, when Williams awarded degrees to four men in an old meeting house, to now, with an open-air ceremony for hundreds of graduates in a packed science quad, Williams Commencements have undergone many changes.

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Lacrosse goes two for two in ECAC championship games

Women’s Lacrosse The Williams women’s lacrosse team brought home the ECAC championship with a 7-4 win over Trinity.

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Senior reflections: Anh Nguyen

Community is not an easy word to define. We each give our own meaning to the word. For some, it is a physical place with geographic boundaries while for others it focuses on work or play groups.

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Senior reflections: Laura Moberg

Look around you. Look at all the places, faces, people, ideas, works, goals, dreams you have surrounded yourself with for the past four years, the best years of your life.

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Golf hosts NCAA finals at Taconic

Men’s golf dominated in the Little Three Championships in May, convincingly defeating both Amherst and Wesleyan.

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Senior reflections: Jeff McMahon

It doesn’t seem right to be writing my reflections of my college career because it honestly seems like I just got here (they don’t call them cliches because they’re not true).

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Varsity Eight advances for Crew

First-year Williams women’s crew head coach Greg Kruczynski guided the Ephs to their first NCAA Rowing Championships berth for a varsity eight. Last year the Ephs landed a four with cox berth and finished fifth in a field of mostly Division I boats.

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