Month: May 2004

Keeping Homecoming alive, laying Baxter to rest

Purple and gold caps and sweatshirts. Burgers sizzling on the grill at 7 a.m. Laughing with an entire field full of friends, leaning against the trunk of your car, reminiscing…

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Old School: Edumacation

I’m amazed at all the people who read this column. Recently I got an e-mail from an alumnus who said he liked what I was saying but wanted to give…

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Track and field competes at all New Englands

Coming off of three strong victories in the Little Three, NESCAC and Div. III New England Championships, track and field focused less on team accolades and more on achieving national…

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WWRFC splits two with Amherst

There exists only one thing more beautiful then 15 defeated Amherst rugby players handing over their black and purple jerseys to the victorious Williams Women’s Rugby Football Club (WWRFC), and…

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Tough finish for women’s crew

Racing on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass. for the fifth time this season, women’s crew met some fierce competition at the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships on May 8…

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Seniors reflect on four special years of sport

The date: August 25, 2000. The sun shines brightly. The sky is a beautiful blue, the kind of color you imagine the ocean takes on during its better moments. A…

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Baseball falls short of NESCAC crown

Baseball knew the odds weren’t in its favor. After losing its NESCAC Tournament opener to Bowdoin on Friday, Williams faced the difficult task of trying to become the first team…

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Wheaton ends softball’s season

This past weekend featured just about everything a softball purist could ask for: Extra inning games, timely hitting and crafty pitching – all of it was on display in Norton,…

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Men’s crew wins NESCAC; top finish in 10 years

Men’s crew exceeded all expectations at this weekend’s Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship Regatta held on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass. The Ephmen competed in two events, the varsity…

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The Artist Formerly Known As Elliot Baer

All right. We’re here to talk about the Rock and Roll, otherwise known as Elliott Baer. So, Elliott, how did you come to rock so hard? Well, it wasn’t easy.…

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