Month: April 2014

Turning a new page

We at the Record would like to applaud Associate Professors Edan Dekel and Christopher Nugent for creating the “Book Unbound” initiative. We feel that the program is an inventive and…

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Anonymous until proven guilty

The Student Organizations Sanctions Committee (SOSC) is a committee, composed of both students and staff, under College Council (CC) whose purpose is to evaluate and discipline student groups that violate…

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Enlightened dialogue

Over the past month, concerns have been expressed within the Williams community about the selection of former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg as this year’s Commencement speaker. Much of the…

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Respectful confrontation

We’ve all seen it: The Internet can be a cruel place. People say things they would never, ever say out loud. Anonymity can be used, but it can also be…

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Barriers to discussion

In response to the wall assembled yesterday by members of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and VISTA, the leadership of J Street U Williams feels that it is necessary…

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Gaining perspective

As I sit in my Theorizing Global Justice class and discuss the ironically damaging effects of various international aid efforts, I realize just how difficult it is to truly help…

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MAN ON THE QUAD: What would you request in your dressing room?

Probably a lot of mirrors. -Deanna Segall '17       I have a are lightweight blog buy generic propecia 1mg before lashes or buy cialis online in usa difference…

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Mumbling the lyrics

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Happy Williams Day!

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Men’s lacrosse downs Middlebury in quarters

Peter Crane ’16 notched an important assist in the men’s win. Men’s lacrosse (10-6, 6-4 in the NESCAC) knocked off Middlebury twice last week, downing them in the first round…

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