Month: October 1999

Men’s CC takes 12th consecutive Little Three

Over the last two weeks, the Williams men’s cross-country team raced in both its most competitive and least competitive official races of the season.

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Women’s CC looks impressive against Div I competition

The past two weeks have marked the transition of the Williams women’s cross-country team from the low key invitational meets into their championship season.

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Men’s soccer still perfect

The men’s soccer team had a successful two weeks as it shut out three opponents and improved its still-perfect record to 10-0-1.

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Mascot CEO defends network’s presence on campus

To the Editor: To help strengthen our partnership with Williams College, we would like to clarify a few issues that have been raised on campus.

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Brian Gerke ’99 awarded the LeRoy Apker prize in physics

Brian Gerke ’99 won the LeRoy Apker Award, the American Physical Society’s highest award for undergraduates.

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Podmore’s fascinating Whorl at WCMA

This Sunday was the official opening of Assistant Professor of Art Amy Podmore’s exhibition Whorl, organized by Ian Berry, an assistant curator at the Williams College Museum of Art.

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Football takes Tufts in thriller

With only 11 seconds left Saturday, the Tufts Jumbos and Williams Ephs stared at each other in the muddy turf that was Weston Field, both knowing that five yards would determine the outcome of the game.

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Men’s CC takes 12th consecutive Little Three

Over the last two weeks, the Williams men’s cross-country team raced in both its most competitive and least competitive official races of the season.

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Crew teams shine at Head of Charles

On October 23 and 24, about 40 Williams Crew members joined 6,500 of their fellow oarsmen and oarswomen, as well as tens of thousands of spectators, at the 35th annual Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, the world’s largest two day rowing event.

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Women’s CC looks impressive against Div I Competition

The past two weeks have marked the transition of the Williams women’s cross-country team from the low key invitational meets into their championship season.

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