Month: April 2016

Committee hosts discussion on mural

Student members of the Committee on Campus Space and Institutional History presented on the history of the Log mural. Photo Courtesy of Alejandra Davila. Last Sunday, the student contingent of…

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Logging our history: Why the College should keep and contextualize the Log mural

On Sunday, the Committee on Campus Space and Institutional History held a forum in order to receive student input on the currently contentious mural at the Log, which is a…

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CC seeks lighting for Route 2

The optimistic “stop, look, wave” system has served the Williamstown community for years. During daylight hours, drivers and pedestrians share Route 2, the main road running through the College, without…

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Panel explores validity of campus climate change goals for 2020

The above graph illustrates the current plan to reduce emissions by 35 percent below 1990 levels. Graphic Courtesy of Amy Johns. Last Wednesday, the Center for Environmental Studies hosted a…

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Schjeldahl delivers wit, insight in talk on Wilde and criticism

The New Yorker’s Peter Schjeldahl spoke in Lawrence Hall last Thursday, sponsored by the Art Department 1960s Scholars. Photo courtesy of Interview Magazine. Peter Schjeldahl is a pretty big deal.…

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Artist Otherwise Known As… Cornelius Chandler ’17

Chandler spits a verse in the heat of the moment, fans watching. Photo courtesy of Cornelius Chandler. My proposal to write about Cornelius Chandler ’17 was admittedly self-interested. For the…

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Poet Camille Rankine’s reading transfixes attendees

Rankine’s poems not only pleased the ear but challenged the intellect of the listeners in her reading last Monday night. Grace Flaherty/ Photo Editor. When Camille Rankine speaks, you can’t…

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Netflix Pick of The Week: ‘It’s Such A Beautiful Day’ impresses

Sophisticated animated film It’s Such A Beautiful Day terrifically depicts the human experience. Photo courtesy of Slate. There is perhaps no experience more hopeless than searching through the abyss of…

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Dance troupe treats audiences to perfomance of Asian popular culture

Fiction, the culmination of a year of work, featured performances from five different Asian dance groups. Emory Strawn/ Photo Editor. PSY’s “Gangnam Style” is likely what comes to mind when…

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Falk strides through Boston Marathon

Adam Falk, president of the College, ran the Boston Marathon on April 18th in an impressive time. Photo courtesy of Adam Falk. On April 18th, a herd of 30,000 sweaty,…

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