Month: February 2006

Alum on fellowship stabbed in South Africa

Laura Wiens ’05 narrowly escaped death on Feb. 18 when she was stabbed in the head and left shoulder at the Cultural Museum of Cape Town, South Africa. Wiens had…

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Letter: ACE-ing it

The last six weeks have been overwhelming with all of the events that ACE has been planning and organizing. I hope that everyone has noticed the recent change in the…

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Knight lights up slopes at Winter Olympics

28. That’s the total number of times Williams has been represented at the summer or winter Olympic games. 34. That’s the total number of athletes the University of Southern California…

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Men’s squash fizzles out in Potter Cup, finishes 8th in nation

Men’s squash was recognized as the most improved team in the country at a Saturday night banquet during the College Squash Association National Championships. The honor capped an exciting season…

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Women’s swimming unleashes Payne

Women’s swimming and diving dominated the NESCAC championships last weekend, winning the meet for the sixth consecutive year. The team has won the NESCAC every year since the event’s inception…

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Skiing weathers conditions at home carnival

Men’s and women’s alpine and nordic skiing combined for 575 points and a fifth place finish out of 11 in the Williams Carnival held over the weekend. The University of…

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Searching for relationship status

In early January, I was sitting in my Sage common room with my roommate when we were startled by a screeching voice coming from the bedroom. “Oh my god! You…

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Confessions of a fashion victim

There are lots of names for people like me – fashion victim, trend chaser, shopaholic – none of them pleasant. It seems the whole world has turned against those who…

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Wrestlers compete in New Englands

For the second year in a row, wrestling finished fifth at the New England College Conference Wrestling Association (NECCWA) championship tournament, held at Wesleyan this past weekend. Team captain and…

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The ’Hi’ ground

My semester in New York afforded many opportunities and lessons, not the least of which was how to exist as a minute particle in a city that didn’t know who…

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