Month: April 2008

Spring Street Blues

Monday 4-21-08 2:24 p.m. 9-1-1 was activated from the Health Center for a student having an asthma attack. Officers responded and assisted. Village Ambulance transported to North Adams Regional Hospital…

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Ivory Towers

Princeton University first-year Malik Little has been charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault, endangerment of an injured victim and making terrorist threats following an altercation that took place last week. Little…

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College improves sustainability with faucets, solar panels

The academic year may be almost over, but the College’s sustainability efforts continue with new low-flow showerheads and faucets and a recent grant to install solar panels. “It’s been an…

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Famed art historian Steinberg reconsiders Michelangelo’s work

Last Wednesday night, the Clark Art Institute auditorium was buzzing with anticipation, but few likely expected the kind of paradigm-shifting lecture that would follow. Renowned historian Leo Steinberg gave a…

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Men’s crew bests Marist

Men’s crew claimed a historic victory last Saturday, with the first varsity claiming its first ever regular season win over ECAC rival Marist College. The novice and third varsity eights…

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WWRFC routs Jeffs, 27-0

Ask an Amherst rugby player what her profession is and she’ll say, “I’m a college student.” Ask a Williams rugby player the same question and she’ll say, “Well I’m a…

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Women’s lax ends season

Women’s lacrosse finished its season on Saturday with a dramatic one-goal loss to Bowdoin. Earlier in the week, the Ephs also fell in a close game to the Conn. College…

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Men’s track wins NESCACs, edges Tufts by 12 points

Men’s track and field beat the odds last Saturday to defeat Tufts by 12 points, 195-183, in a close battle for the NESCAC championship at Hamilton College’s Walter H. Pritchard…

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Softball rallies past Jeffs, 10-6

Down 5-1 with only six outs remaining against Amherst on Saturday, softball (19-18, 7-5 in the NESCAC) faced the stark prospect of having its season come to an early end.…

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Women’s track wins NESCACs

Women’s track and field added yet another notch in its belt, as the women brought home their eighth straight NESCAC championship from Hamilton over the weekend. The Ephs finished with…

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