Month: February 2018

Letter to the editor: On using proper terminology in reviews of arts events

To the editor, Faris Gulamali ’21 did not mention the composers of the pieces in the concert he reviewed (“Violin and fortepiano performance brings 18th century music to life,” Feb.…

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College employee taken into police custody

Williamstown Police Department officers respond to CSS report of disturbing remarks On Sunday, a College Dining Services employee was taken into custody by the Williamstown Police Department (WPD) in Paresky…

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Faculty and staff discuss sleep culture, habits of students

Sleep deprivation is a common problem for College students, often leading to lowered productivity, inability to focus and chronic fatigue. Lydia Duan/Features Editor. A student slumped over a carrel in…

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No. 8 men’s basketball notches first NESCAC title since 2010

Co-captain Mike Greenman ’17.5 had been to two NCAA Final Fours prior to this season, but he had never won a conference championship. When Greenman suffered an injury in late…

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Chalamet and Hammer shine in ‘Call Me By Your Name’

Photo courtesy of NPR.Luca Guadagnino’s dreamy coming-of-age tale exudes nostalgic melancholy and avoids the clichés in many films about queer love. What is summer? It is a pool, moments before…

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Berkshire Medical Center nurses cancel strike after progress in talks with hospital management

Nurses held a vigil for patient safety at 5:30 p.m. on Monday outside of the Berkshire Medical Center after announcing the cancellation of their strike. Photo courtesy of Joe Markman.…

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Office of Admission reaffirms policy regarding prospective students involved in peaceful protests

In the wake of the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. that left 17 dead, there has been a growing movement among students to hold…

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On gun violence: Rejecting complacency in times of tragedy

I remember the moment I learned tragedy was accepted when it involved guns. I was 10. School had finished for the day, and parents rushed out of their cars to…

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Making the Davis Center more accessible: Examining the implications of structure and location

How much impact does proximity have on a student’s everyday life? That’s an easy enough question. Proximity rules a College student’s life. The probability of a student walking to a…

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Censuring the censure: Calling for CC to reconsider sanctions against sailing

Censure is the teeth of College Council (CC). Aside from suspending or revoking a student organization’s charter, censuring is one of CC’s few weapons to keep student organizations in line.…

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