Month: March 2014

Kinetic Promises Potential

The recently announced partnership between Kinetic, the cooperative Wild Oats Market in Williamstown and the Berkshire Food Project is an exciting step forward for student outreach and involvement in the…

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WSO’s Stylish Overhaul

We at the Record applaud the students of Williams Students Online (WSO) for the coming upgrade to their website. While WSO is currently functional and widely used, it has minor…

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Righting our writing

I love when professors hand out essay prompts four weeks before an essay is due; it’s like a little reminder of how out of touch they are with my world.…

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The intersection of work and play

“You read for fun?” one of my friends asked me recently when she saw me sitting in Paresky with my nose in a book. I nodded my head, indicating yes.…

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Welcoming everyone to the conversation

Before I began researching for this article, I figured that Williams had a handle on the issue of sexual assault on campus. I figured schools like Wesleyan, which is dealing…

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Seeking jobs, gaining wisdom

“So, what are you doing next year?” It’s like one of those Twix commercials where a guy gets caught in an awkward conversation and stuffs an entire candy bar in…

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Men’s basketball punches ticket to Final Four

Daniel Wohl ’15 had 16 points in the men’s 110-92 victory over Albertus Magnus in the Sweet 16 last Friday. Men’s basketball (27-4, 9-1 in the NESCAC) sailed through the…

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Wrestling seizes two third place finishes at Nationals

Williams sent two wrestlers to the NCAA Div. III tournament last weekend in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It was the first national appearance for Chris Chorzepa ’17 at 149 and the…

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Track collects eleven All-American honors

Last weekend, women’s track tied for fifth at the NCAA Div. III Championships with 24 points after entering the meet at No. 7 in the nation. Men’s track sent just…

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Ephs falter against top-ranked Cardinals

Emily Krueger ’17 started and had one shot for the Ephs on Saturday against the Cardinals. On Saturday, women’s hockey (15-10-3, 9-4-3 in the NESCAC) traveled to Plattsburgh, N.Y., to…

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