Month: May 2007

Campus Life assesses year

After a year in which students groups have expressed continued frustration with the Office of Campus Life, members of the Office are turning their attention to the future, attempting to…

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WUFO bound for nationals for first time since 2003

Williams College Frisbee Organization (WUFO) qualified for nationals this weekend. The team entered the weekend as the No.6 seed, but after a series of dramatic come-from-behind wins WUFO earned the…

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Eph brings green sense to N.Y. firm

Bryan Birsic ’05 may have traded in the mountains of Williamstown for the skyscrapers of New York City, but living in a gritty city and working for an international consulting…

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Former asst. track coach backs White

Michelle Burgher, a former assistant track and field coach under Head Coach Ralph White, claimed that the reasons given for White’s contract non-renewal are incomplete. She revealed her assertions in…

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Three Eph cyclists crack Top-20

Three Eph cyclists placed in the top-20 at Sunday’s Williams Criterium, the cycling team’s annual bike race near Mission Park. Nearly one hundred cyclists participated in the event. Kate Scheider…

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Women’s track claims 7th straight Div. III N.E. crown

Women’s track and field collected its seventh consecutive New England Div. III title in impressive fashion last weekend, racking up 166.5 points to best second place MIT’s 85. The action…

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Men’s track defends title

Men’s track and field defended their Div. III New England title last weekend at Springfield College by racking up a total of 137.5 points over two days of competition. Although…

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Men’s crew finishes 3rd at race

For the second consecutive year, the men’s crew varsity eight boat placed third out of a field of 15 crews at the New England Rowing Championships, held Sunday in Worcester,…

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Men’s golf caps off season with second place finish

Men’s golf rounded out its regular season with a second place finish at the Quad Challenge tournament, which the Ephs hosted on Saturday at the Taconic Golf Club. Salem State’s…

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Women’s tennis advances to final eight at nationals

Women’s tennis blanked both Tufts and Skidmore in the second and third rounds of the NCAA tournament last weekend. With the two victories the Ephs, who were given a first-round…

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