Month: May 2003

Community service in Mexico truly memorable

Six months ago, I never imagined I would spend half my spring break sleeping in a hammock, eating jalapeño salsa for breakfast, wearing the same clothes every day and sweating…

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AIM key to happiness at College

My name is Julia Karoly, and I am an AIM user. Let’s face it, if you don’t have AIM. . . you’re just not cool. AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) serves…

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Newman Catholic plagued

I was deeply disturbed by the Newman Catholic Association’s response to Frances Kissling’s talk. Particularly disturbing was Jeff Padilla’s opinions piece in the Record, which compared Frances Kissling to David…

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Speaking truth to dogma

For years I have shuddered at the thought of seeing my own printed name in the context of rape. However, I am increasingly convinced that it is essential for survivors…

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An unspoken issue

When I went to Take Back the Night on April 30, I was extremely impressed by the power of speech. To address such issues is to help others who have…

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Letters: Sensitivity lacking

Steven Myers’ comments that were exhibited at the beginning of the “Letters” section of last week’s Record were truly absurd and disheartening. He questions the statistics of the occurrence of…

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Two years later, examining the CEP reforms

Two years after the faculty voted to implement most of the Proposals for Curricular Innovation (PCI) presented by the Committee on Educational Policy (CEP), there is little consensus in the…

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Couzo’s culinary corner: citrus-mango chicken on the cheap

This chicken recipe is quick, easy and tastes great. It’s been passed down through my family for generations, the product of a chance meeting between Geronimo Couzo (my great-grandfather) and…

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Bottoms Up

So, this past weekend was Spring Fling. We had the Roots: whether or not your hearing has recovered, you can’t deny that no other group has gotten the Williams campus…

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One-in-2000: Maia Troxel

So the tables have turned: You’ve gone from editor to interviewee. How does that make you feel? Woo-hoo. The interviewee really makes the One-in-2000. If people are reading this and…

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