Month: December 2001

The coming of the truck

Last month, the Arizona Diamondbacks upset the highly favored New York Yankees in the 2001 World Series. This was a stunning event.

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SCS forms aim to give students a voice in departmental decisions

In the coming week, students in every academic class will be asked to complete the Student Course Survey (SCS) before they leave to begin studying for finals.

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Restaurant Review: Brewhaha

After the unparalleled wonders of a Thanksgiving feast, we found ourselves once more craving a meal beyond the dining hall.

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Godspell sings

Godspell, a collaborative effort of Williams College students and members of Saints Patrick and Raphael Parish, was performed Thursday, Nov. 15 to Saturday, Nov. 17 in Thompson Memorial Chapel.

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Percussion Ensemble energizes Williams

Anyone who stumbled into Chapin Hall by accident on Sunday evening would have been surprised by the array of instruments on the stage.

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Concert showcases distinctive conducting

The Williams Student Symphony’s fall/winter concert took place Dec. 1 in Chapin Hall, with director Jonathan Salter ’02 and guest conductor Benjamin Birney ’02.

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Bourgeois’ work: not only eyes

Walking into the exhibit "Louise Bourgeois: Sleepwalking" is like suddenly stepping onto the very border between sleep and wakefulness, the border where human imagination, completely uncensored, generates visual embodiments of memories, fears and obsessions.

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Pop and Circumstance

Right. So it’s almost the end of the year, which means that instead of actually writing an article and stuff, I can pump out some stupid "Best of 2001 list" and get away with it.

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Harry Potter vocalizes kids’ fantasies

Standing in line for popcorn, I realized that I was uncool, unhip and in way over my head. If there had been a bouncer, there would be no way I’d have made it this far.

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Lucas and Sands project rhythm

The Project will be revealed in Lasell Dance Studio at 8 p.m. on the night of Tuesday Dec. 11.

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