Month: November 2015

Ephs down Lions, secure spot in Sweet 16

Kristi Kirshe ’17 totataled six shots, one of which was on goal, in the women’s game against TCNJ on Sunday at home. Women’s soccer (18-1-1, 9-1 in the NESCAC) began…

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Where’s the beef?: Considering the ways in which we communicate with dining services

In recent weeks, students have voiced complaints about the limited availability of beef in Whitman’s Dining Hall. Dining services told the Record, however, that the dinner schedule cycle has not…

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Beef remains on menu

Despite student concerns that beef would not be served at Whitman’s Dining Hall for environmental reasons, dining services has made no changes to the menu. Bob Volpi, director of dining…

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College gives Mt. Greylock funding

The College hopes that an annual fund to Mount Greylock Regional School will improve the overall well-being of the community. Photo Courtesy of Williamstown-Lanesborough Public Schools The College will gift…

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Highland Woods to open in February

Highland Woods will consist of 40 apartments, with a mix of one- and two-bedroom units. Photo Courtesy of Dietz and company architects After years of development and construction, Highland Woods,…

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College considers building new Williams Inn on Spring Street

After purchasing the Williams Inn in 2014, the College has been considering moving its hospitality operation to a new site at the base of Spring Street, on a College-owned 8.5-acre…

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Volleyball concludes season with tough 3-0 defeat to Ithaca

Volleyball (18-11, 8-2 NESCAC) ended its season last weekend, tragically falling to Ithaca in the opening round of the NCAA Div. III Tournament. The starters for the Ephs were Ally…

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College sports culture across the pond: Exeter vs. Williams

When I first signed on to write a sports column for the Record while at the Williams-Exeter Programme at Oxford (WEPO), the main idea was to join the baseball team,…

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Football succumbs to Amherst 17-7

Co-captain and quarterback Austin Lommen ’16 broke two school records in the men’s game against Amherst. Photo Courtesy of Sports Info Football (2-6) suffered a tough loss in its Homecoming…

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Monson discusses role as witness in ‘Blurred Lines’ case

Ingrid Monson spoke about serving as an expert witness for Marvin Gaye’s family in the “Blurred Lines” copyright case. Tim Nagle-McNaughton/Photo Editor On Thursday, Ingrid Monson, professor of African American…

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