Month: April 2007

‘Brokeback Bollywood’ dramatizes issues of sexuality

Rife with clever twists, Brokeback Bollywood doesn’t let up for a minute. Its clever plot is buoyed by the many dance numbers performed by Dance Dhamaka, a group of over…

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Jazz festival attracts Ravi Coltrane and Trio del Solo

It’s official: bucolic Billsville has established itself as the perfect jazz venue. If you don’t believe that, just ask John Coltrane’s son. “This is really a beautiful room. A perfect…

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Journey into the dark depths of Lawrence Hall leads to Vermeer

Last Thursday, Arthur K. Wheelock, professor of art history at the University of Maryland and curator of the National Gallery, took over fifty students, professors and Williams alumni away from…

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Old horror film haunts Images

“The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it,” Lord George Carew mummers to the repressed Dr. Jekyll, who looks transfixed, a mouse frozen in the…

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NBC’s spunky season finale shakes Goodrich

The back room in Goodrich looked like a party venue last Saturday night, with loud hip-hop music mixing with giggles and shrieks, as well as a few girls jokingly grinding…

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Virginia Tech killings initiate copycat threats

Following last week’s massacre at Virginia Tech University, a number of copycat threats have been made at colleges and universities nationwide. Boston University student banned after instant message threats In…

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Günther to spread message of love

Günther and The Sunshine Girls will be making their third appearance in America in May. Luckily for Williams students, the venue will be Goodrich Hall. Chris Upjohn ’07, president of…

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Room draw sticks to trends

With few exceptions, this year’s room draw, the second under the cluster system, ran without incident. According to Aaron Gordon, assistant director of Campus Life, the process ran much more…

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Herschel Smith Trust offers more fellowships

Matt Keegan ’07, Joanna Korman ’07, Maggie Lowenstein ’07, Jeffrey Wessler ’07 and Devin Yagel ’07 will be walking on the cobblestone streets of Cambridge University next year due to…

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History, English get major makeovers

With the arrival of the transformative spring season comes the news that another kind of transformation is afoot in the English and history departments. Starting in the fall, the history…

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