Month: February 2015

Candidates for College Council debate issues

Students attended the debate in Baxter Hall between the two tickets for the presidency of College Council. Arjun Kakkar/Photo editor. On Monday, the Record-moderated College Council (CC) Debate between CC…

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Dorms compete to reduce energy consumption for Do it in the Dark

From Feb. 23 to Feb. 27, the Williams Environmental Council (WEC) is holding Do it in the Dark, a week-long event in which dorms compete to reduce their energy usages…

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Candidates vie for CC presidential seats

Grant Johnson ’17. Photo courtesy of Grant Johnson. Teddy Cohan ’16 and Meghana Vunnamadala ’16. Arjun Kakkar/Photo editor. On Feb. 15, the 2015 presidential candidates for College Council (CC) were…

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Students enjoy Winter Carnival at Greylock Ski

A student skied at Mt. Greylock Ski Club on Winter Carnival. -Courtesy photo by Hannah Weinstein Last Friday, students skied, snowshoed and enjoyed other winter activities at the Mt. Greylock…

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Pro-life presentation hosted by Williams for Life incites protest from student

On Monday, several Campus Safety and Security (Security) officers, including Director Dave Boyer, were called to Baxter Hall in a response to a student protesting “for Satan” adjacent to where…

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Renovated Kellogg house reopens

  The sustainable Kellogg House, home to the College’s environmental programs, has mounts for solar panels which will be installed. - Jerry Li/Photo Editor The Center for Environmental Studies (CES)…

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Poll shows approval of divestment

 Students support divestment.--Chris Huffaker/Senior Writer Students feel the college is not doing enough to mitigate climate change. Students support various options to mitigate climate change. A poll conducted by the…

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Sarah Chayes discusses international corruption

Sarah Chayes, of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, examined the implications of corruption on international security.-Jennifer Mastrianni/Contributing Photographer Sarah Chayes, a senior associate in the Democracy and Rule of…

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Winter Carnival hosts Meet and Greet with Toto

Professor Strauch with his dogs Daisy, Luna, and Juno, along with Kitka, at the Meet and Greet with Toto during Winter Carnival Photo Courtesy Molly Bodurtha Last Saturday, as part of…

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College hires new head of OIT

Barron Koralesky will take over as the Chief Information Officer overseeing the College’s OIT department starting on June 15. Koralesky is currently the Associate Director of Information Technology Services at…

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