Month: September 1999

Football puts Polar Bears on ice; 42-0 again

The Williams football team is hoping that its case of deja vu doesn’t go away until mid-November.

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Men’s WUFO impresses at sectional tourney

On Sunday morning, the men’s and women’s Ultimate Frisbee teams assembled at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst for the Western Massachusetts Sectional Tournament.

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Lady White Dawgs maul So. Connecticut

The Williams’ Lady White Dawgs played their first league match Sunday against Southern Connecticut. The game started with a bang as Williams’ drew on Southern Connecticut’s inexperience and lack of speed.

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Athlete of the week: Matt Magiera

Magiera anchored the soccer team’s defense in Sunday’s 3-0 shutout of 17th-ranked Keene State.

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Deep women’s CC team wins home race

Coming off their victory in the McGill Invitational last week, the women’s cross country team continued to impress with a victory on Saturday at the Purple Valley Classic at Mt. Greylock Regional High School.

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Men’s CC handle foes, new course

Running against quality NESCAC opposition for the first time of this young season, the Williams men’s cross-country team came through with a decisive victory at their home meet on Saturday.

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Men’s soccer #1; defeats Keene

The men’s soccer team began the week on a high note, ranked first in the nation in Division III, and ended it on another high note with a huge win Sunday over 17th ranked Keene State.

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The art of publicity: a guide for faculty

I love faculty-sponsored events. I love lectures, talks, informal chats, slide shows, the works. Because I’m a student with the 10-meal plan and the B2 pay scale, I don’t have enough to eat, but I can’t afford to eat out.

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Mountain Day 1999

After visiting Williams College, Henry David Thoreau wrote, “It would be no small advantage if every college were thus located at the base of a mountain.”

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Division of honor code pledge downplays standards of conduct

Honor codes at schools around the nation are meant as objects of pride, as symbols of a student body committed to high moral standards.

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