Month: November 2012

Campus responds to bias incident

On Saturday afternoon, President Falk informed the College via an all-campus e-mail that a resident of Mission found the words “All beaners must die” written on the whiteboard outside of…

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College looks back, moves forward from 2011 hate crime

Last weekend marked the one-year anniversary of the hate crime in Prospect that shocked the College on Nov. 12, 2011. Last year, a student found the words “All n****ers must…

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Alcohol-related emergency transports focus on ensuring student safety

With the administration recently having formed a working group to investigate the campus drinking culture, discussions of alcohol’s presence on campus have become increasingly significant. The working group formed as…

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Endowment exceeds projections

According to the most recent statistics, the endowment at the College is performing at a high level. The “endowment, investment program and more importantly, the overall financial position of the…

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Ephs outlast Saints to advance to Round of 16

No. 9 men’s soccer (15-1-3) stormed into the NCAA Div. III Round of 16 on Sunday with an emphatic 2-1 overtime victory. A score by Michael Madding ’15 in the…

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Men’s cross country races to 4th at Div. III New Englands

Men’s cross country raced to fourth place at Div. III New Englands at Westfield State, sealing up a berth in this weekend’s Div. III NCAA championship and earning four all-region…

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Ephs end strong season at Nationals

No. 9 women’s soccer (13-4-2, 8-1-1 in the NESCAC) fell 1-0 to Wheaton in the second round of the Div. III NCAA tournament after shutting out Farmingdale State 2-0 on…

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Women’s XC takes 2nd at New Englands, looks ahead to Nat’ls

Women’s cross country took second behind national No. 1 MIT at Div. III New Englands last Saturday. Westfield State’s Stanley Park provided a swift venue for the race on an…

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MAN ON THE QUAD: If it could snow anything, what would you like it to snow?

  Mini marshmallows. – Anna Ryba ’16       Pomegranate seeds. –  Paul de Konkoly Thege ’14       Manna – in the biblical sense. – Sarah Freymiller ’13…

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Football falls 23-20 to Amherst in season finale

Football (4-4) closed its season with a disappointing 23-20 loss to Amherst last Saturday. The defeat placed Williams in sixth place in the NESCAC standings and gave Amherst the Little…

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