Month: October 2005

Festivities commence as JRC turns 15

The Jewish Religious Center (JRC) kicked off a year-long celebration of the 15th anniversary of its construction on Sunday with a Festival of Rededication. Approximately 70 people gathered at the…

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CEP considers requirements

In its efforts to reform the College’s Peoples and Cultures course requirement, the Committee on Education Policy is looking to students and faculty for suggestions. Proposed modifications to the requirement…

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Planning for house governance begins

The House Governance subcommittee of the Committee on Undergraduate Life is beginning to draw up plans for student governance under the Williams House System, seeking to balance familiar structures with…

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Man’s best friend can no longer rove freely

Mention the name Soane to most Williams students, and the first thing that comes to mind is not the architect, but rather E.J. Johnson’s springer spaniel, who often accompanies the…

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Fed ruling demands colleges upgrade online monitoring

The Federal Communication Commission’s recent decision to require colleges and universities to revamp their networks to assist law enforcement authorities in tracking criminals has met with vocal opposition from many…

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ACE site still down from attack

Students wondering “where da party at” have a series of miscues and miscommunication to thank for the outdated and broken information available on the All Campus Entertainment Web site, offline…

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Stetson-Sawyer plans revisited

The College is in the process of reevaluating the timetable and scale of the Stetson-Sawyer renovation after the most recent estimates from architects at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson put the cost…

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Survey reveals patterns in alcohol abuse

Data and comments gathered last spring from a survey of student alcohol consumption were released yesterday, depicting the campus as divided along social lines between those who take part in…

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1 in 2000 with Peter Nunns

So what makes you One-in-2000 material? The fact that I go to Williams and am thus one of the roughly 2000 students enrolled. I’ve got to come up with some…

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Recycled style for a fresh look

At a college where paper towels are banned from dorm bathrooms for fear of wasted trees and where heirloom tomatoes are a salad bar option in the month of September,…

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