Month: December 2015

On committees and community: Examining the College’s response to issues of historical representation

We at the Record recognize the formation of a committee to consider historical representation on campus, as announced by President Adam Falk, to be a genuine effort on the part…

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Women’s soccer named National Champs

Head Coach Michelyne Pinard celebrates with her team after women’s earned its first Div. III National Championship title. Photo Courtesy of Kris DuFour and Hans Kaeser On Saturday afternoon in…

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New committee will address historical representations

On Dec. 1, President Adam Falk sent out an all-campus email announcing his plans to assemble a committee on historical representations at the College. Noting that several campus buildings and…

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CSC proposes addition of Wednesday night classes

The Calendar and Scheduling Committee (CSC) proposed an experiment that would alter the Division of the Day (DOD) policy for the next two academic years: The Committee would consider requests…

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Men’s hockey downs two NESCAC rivals

On Saturday, men’s ice hockey (5-1, 4-0 in the NESCAC) took on Conn. College in New London, Conn., defeating its opponent 3-1 in a tight game. C.J. Shugart ’18 got…

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Women’s XC claims first at Nationals

Women’s cross country proudly showcases their Div. III National Championship trophy after upsetting Johns Hopkins in the meet. Photo Courtesy of Michelle Buncke Women’s cross country had a historic day…

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Women’s basketball remains undefeated

Women’s basketball (6-0) stayed unbeaten this weekend, defeating both Clarkson and Pine Manor, 81-59 and 83-71, respectively. The matchup against Clarkson was played as the finale of the Williams Classic,…

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Museum director shows passion for Billsville history

Just down Route 2, across from the Williamstown Inn and a quaint reconstruction of an 18th century cabin, lies the Williamstown Historical Museum. Directed by Sarah Currie, it creates a…

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Ephs give back to Sweet Brook community, one resident at a time

Every Sunday, a group of students from the College spend an hour at the Sweet Brook Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, a residency for elders three miles away from campus. Each…

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Students dine with faculty, staff

After the series of articles I have written surrounding coffee (see for example, “Java Jack strikes back,” May 5, 2015) were overheard being described as “pretty decent” by a recent…

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