Month: April 2018

Department of Justice requests that College preserve Early Decision records

Last week, the College received a letter from the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) instructing it to preserve all information relating to communications between colleges and universities about students…

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Peace Valley survives cold, maintains fruitful partnership with College

Peace Valley Farm is the College's go-to local source for fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Photo Courtesy of Peace Valley Farm. Spring has taken longer than usual this year…

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Women’s tennis extends 13-game winning streak over weekend

No. 2 women’s tennis (13–0, 4–0 in the NESCAC) kept its undefeated season alive last weekend, defeating No. 8 Amherst on Saturday and Trinity on Sunday. Due to weather, the…

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Mass MoCA awards residencies to artists impacted by Hurricane Maria

Photo Courtesy of Williams College Arts Department.Binnie’s initiative takes advantage of Mass MoCA’s residency program to provide resources for a cohort of Puerto Rican artists. “A period of time between…

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Reflections on JA week: Creating and participating in constructive change

As former Junior Advisors (JAs), members of the Gargoyle Society and/or the Junior Advisor Advisory Board (JAAB), we’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the JA system. We don’t…

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Casa Lina to open tonight in former Hops and Vines venue

In January, the popular Water Street restaurant Hops and Vines closed permanently. Today, Casa Lina, a new restaurant under different ownership, will open in its space. Named after owner Melahat…

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Men’s lacrosse takes down Colby 16-12 on Farley-Lamb Field

James McFarland '18 had six goals in the win against Colby. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s lacrosse (6–6, 5–3 in the NESCAC) defeated Colby 16-12 last Saturday on Farley-Lamb…

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Men’s track and field defeats MIT

No. 19 men’s track and field defeated No. 13 MIT on Saturday at the Dick Farley Invitational, an annual dual meet between the two programs. Hosting the meet on Lee…

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Women’s crew sweeps competition in Worcester, winning Donahue Cup

On Lake Quinsigamond, the women's team earned the Donahue Cup with four first-place finishes. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information. No. 3 women’s crew won all four of its races on…

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Writing club begins first chapter

Athletes go to practice, and actors go to their rehearsals, but where do writers go? It is hard to mentally picture the space for the literarily inclined on campus, and…

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