Month: September 2014

Ephs open new stadium with huge 36-0 victory

Photo courtesy of Sports InformationAlex Way ’16 had three receptions for 21 yards in the Ephs’ 36-0 victory over the Polar Bears on Saturday. Football (1-0) inaugurated the new Farley-Lamb…

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Men’s tennis dominates in first match

Photo courtesy of Sports InformationRohan Shastri ’17 crushed his opponent 6-1, 6-1 earning a point for the Ephs on Sept. 17. Men’s tennis (1-0) was in action for the first…

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Volleyball knocks off two conference foes

Volleyball (9-1, 2-0 in the NESCAC) had a huge weekend, knocking off two conference opponents in Wesleyan and Trinity, as well as non-conference foe Endicott. The women continued their season…

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Convocation honors Bicentennial Medalists, Class of 2015

The Class of 2015 marches toward Chapin Hall during the annual Convocation ceremony. Jennifer Mastranni/Contributing Photographer The College celebrated the Class of 2015 and six alumni who were awarded Bicentennial…

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Ephs’ big dreams turn to reality on pro circuit

Cody Semmelrock ’14 and Dylan Dethier ’14 vie to succeed professionally as golfers after graduation. Many of us dressed up as professional athletes on Career Day in second grade, enticed…

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Women’s soccer falls to archrival Amherst

Women’s soccer (5-1-0, 2-1-0 in the NESCAC) split this weekend, shutting out Castleton 4-0 on Sunday after a loss to archrival Amherst on Saturday. The Ephs played the Spartans in…

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Faculty makes temporary changes to sexual misconduct policy

As part of the Violence against Women Act, renewed in 2013, the federal government has implemented the Campus Sexual Violence Act, requiring college campuses across the country to reevaluate internal…

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Men’s golf places 3rd at Williams Invitational

Last weekend, men’s golf claimed both third and sixth places at the Williams Invitational held at Taconic Golf Club. All members of the 15-man roster played in the tournament as…

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Students travel to New York for People’s Climate March

Williams students hold up signs to protest energy policies at the People’s Climate March in New York City. Brianna Rettig/Contributing Photographer On Sunday, a group of students, faculty and staff…

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Women’s golf sets school record

Photo courtesy of Sports InformationSarah Hasselman ’17 shot a 164 for the Ephs at the Mount Holyoke Invitational last weekend. Women’s golf took first place in the Mount Holyoke Invitational…

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