Month: December 2016

Men’s hockey ties Tufts, downs Conn.

Men’s hockey (2–2–1, 2–1–1 in the NESCAC) beat Conn. College 8–4 on Saturday. The Ephs outshot the Camels 40–22 for their second win. On Saturday, the first period opened with…

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Women’s swimming beats Boston College

Facing tough competition from Div. I Boston College on Saturday, the women’s swim team raced to victory by a score of 183 to 117, extendeding its win streak to three…

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Ephs win sixth consecutive game, 50-49

An offensive rebound and put back by co-captain Lauren McCall ’17 as time expired gave women’s basketball (6–1, 0–0 in the NESCAC) its sixth victory in a row, grinding out…

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Women’s hockey sweeps Cardinals

Women’s hockey (3–3–0, 3–1 in the NESCAC) downed Little Three opponent Wesleyan on Sunday afternoon by a score of 2–1. On Sunday, Abby Brustad ’19 scored to make it 1–0…

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Men’s hoops splits weekend games

After a runaway victory against Vassar on Friday night, Little Three rival Wesleyan handed men’s basketball (6–1, 0–1 in the NESCAC) their first loss of the year on Saturday. “We’ve…

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Men’s squash trounces No. 24 Hobart, No. 22 MIT

On Sunday, men’s squash defeated MIT 9–0. John Fitzgerald ’19 once again led the way for the Ephs, filling in it at the No. 1 spot for the injured Jamie…

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Men’s swimming falls to Div. I opponent Boston College

The Boston College men’s swimming team visited the Samuelson-Muir Pool last Saturday as the only Div. I competitor on Williams’ schedule this year. The Eagles won a decisive victory over…

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Women’s squash falls to Princeton, beats Drexel, Wellesley

The Williams women’s squash team fell to Princeton 8–1 and beat Wellesley 9–0 on the second day of their home opener weekend after defeating Drexel 7–2 on Saturday. On Sunday,…

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Ephs lose 4–1 in NCAA quarters

On Nov. 20, the women’s soccer team (18–1–2, 9–0–1 in the NESCAC) fell to Messiah 4–1 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. Coming out on top in the two…

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‘State of Disobedience’ empowers and inspires viewers

State of Disobedience explores an elusive and nuanced concept through multiple mediums to force the viewer to question reality. Marshall Borrus/ Staff Photographer. In the Williams College Museum of Art’s…

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