Month: February 2016

Ephs race to second at New Englands

Liam Simpson ’18 finished sixth in the 3k at 8:34.37. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s track and field kicked off its championship season with a bang, charging from behind…

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Captain’s Corner: Maddy Holker ’16

Maddy Holker '16 Maddy Holker ’16  Women’s swimming Edina, Minn. Residence: Spencer How did you first get involved with swimming? I started with lessons as a baby, but I first…

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Falk cancels UL’s planned lecture by John Derbyshire

Uncomfortable Learning has invited various speakers to come to the College over the past year. Photos courtesy of (from L to R): the College, University Of Chicago, the Huntsville Times,…

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Swimming captures NESCAC title

Men’s swimming and diving secured its 14th consecutive NESCAC championship title at Samuelson Muir Pool on Sunday. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s swimming and diving claimed its 14th consecutive…

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Women’s track and field sprints to second

The women’s track and field team’s indoor season culminated in a second place finish at the Div. III New England Championships held last weekend at Middlebury College. The meet was…

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Ice hockey downs archrival Amherst

Michael Lata ’19 notched three shots against Amherst in the men’s 2-0 win on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s ice hockey (18-4-2, 14-2-2 in the NESCAC) tied Hamilton…

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Behind the Uniform: Jessica Park

Jessica Park, best known for her presence in the mailroom, drawing in her home studio. Photo courtesy of Pure Vision Arts. Jessica Park has been a staple of the College…

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Goodrich coffee bar to remain in current location for 2016-17 year

Goodrich coffee bar will not be relocated for renovation until after the 2016-17 year. Emory Strawn/Photo Editor. The Office of the Vice President for Finance & Administration and Treasurer, the…

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Student political organizations get involved during national election season

Would it surprise you to know you live in one of the “bluest” place in America? In fact, you do. For the residents of the greater Williamstown area, that blue…

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Dorian Warren commemorates Voting Rights Act

Dorian Warren, a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute and an MSNBC contributer, speaks about the effects voting rights legislation. Photo courtesy of Sarah Brathwaite. On Thursday, Dorian Warren, a fellow…

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