Month: February 2008

Damages decrease in spring semester

The parties might not be getting any tamer, but students are behaving more responsibly – at least, according to the new Facilities damage report. Since the last report was issued…

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Interfaith discussions connect communities

“What we most need is the prayer of fervent desire for growth in grace, expressed in patience, meekness, love and good deeds.” With this prayer, Ali Tozier ’09 opened an…

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Campuses address bias-motivated incidents

Spurred by several bias-motivated incidents on campus, including the discovery of graffiti with the word “nigger,” students sang, chanted and marched in a Rally Against Hate on Wednesday, organized by…

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Two donations bring Campaign to $450M

Fay Vincent ’60 didn’t think much about the importance of a good jacket during his time at the College. Luckily for him, scholarship students having proper dress attire was the…

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Tufts tops men’s track at Div. III NE’s

Men’s track and field traveled to Tufts this weekend to compete in the Div. III New England indoor track and field championships. Out of a field of 24 teams, Williams…

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The Mountain Goats’ new album climbs high

John Darnielle has managed to prove, once again, that he is one of the best singer-songwriters performing today. Recording under the moniker The Mountain Goats, Darnielle continues to spin lyrical…

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Women’s track places 2nd at New England’s

Women’s track and field finished just seven and a half points short of their sixth consecutive Div. III New England indoor championship last weekend, placing second behind NESCAC rival Tufts.…

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Women’s hoops falls to Wesleyan, 68-49, in first round of tournament

Revenge is a dish best served cold. Unfortunately for women’s basketball (16-9, 6-4 in the NESCAC), Wesleyan was red-hot in the first round of the conference tournament on Saturday. The…

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Midd. trounces men’s basketball in NESCAC quarterfinals

Middlebury (19-6, 6-3 in the NESCAC) dashed Williams’ hopes for another conference title as the Panthers beat the Ephs 96-59 in the NESCAC quarterfinals. Saturday’s loss at Middlebury ended the…

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Women’s ice hockey caps year with pair of wins

With the season coming to a close, women’s ice hockey (5-17-2, 3-12-1 in the NESCAC) defeated opponents Hamilton (6-14-4) and Wesleyan (5-16-1) to cap the year with their second weekend…

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