Month: October 2014

Alumni, students petition for divestment

In an effort to urge the College’s Board of Trustees to divest the endowment’s holdings in fossil fuel corporations, the Williams Endowment Initiative, an alumni and student organization, is circulating…

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Incisive street art reclaims public spaces for women

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, illustrator and painter, has launched a project challenging perceptions of women around the United States. Photo courtesy of the New York Times Brooklyn-based illustrator and painter Tatyana Fazlalizadeh…

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‘Hamlet’ promises insightful take on Shakespeare classic

Professor David Morris’s sketch reveals his novel set designs for the upcoming ‘Hamlet’. Photo courtesy of Professor David Morris “The play’s the thing / wherein I’ll catch the conscience of…

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Frosh Revue charms with humorous student talent

Frosh Revue entertained parents and students alike last weekend at the ’62 Center. Photo courtesy of Kimberley Golding Of the many shows and activities that make up the smorgasbord of…

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Off the Airwaves with WCFM

‘Fumes,’ Lily and Madeleine’s second album delights with its captivating, enigmatic sound.photo courtesy of lilymadeleine.bandcamp.com Lily and Madeleine, Fumes What does “fumes” mean, exactly? The word, at least for me,…

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Fuel for thought

We at the Record support the Williams Endowment Initiative and Divest Williams in their decision to increase demands for divestment to a real, substantive target that would have an actual…

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Tragedy of the common room

We at the Record are shocked to learn that Dining Services has lost in each dining hall 75 to 100 percent of the silverware, cups, plates and bowls purchased at…

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Ephs top Continentals 21-14, end four-game skid

Steven Kiesel ’15 had five catches for 62 yards in the Ephs’ 21-14 victory over the Continentals last Saturday. Football (2-4) scored touchdowns in each of the first three quarters,…

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Women’s soccer clinches ninth straight win

Jacqueline Simeone ’18 notched an assist for the Ephs in their victory over Bates last Saturday. Women’s soccer (13-1, 8-1 in the NESCAC) dominated this weekend against Bates, winning its…

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Volleyball undefeated at Hall Of Fame Tournament

Last weekend, volleyball (19-3, 7-1 NESCAC) played at the Hall of Fame Tournament, defeating MIT 3-1 and Trinity and Wheaton 3-0. On Friday, the women opened their weekend at the…

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