Author: Rebecca Tauber, News Editor

College releases survey results assessing campus culture surrounding sexual assault

Graphics courtesy of Williams College. Last fall, the College’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response department conducted a survey, titled the EPH Community Attitudes on Sexual Assault (EPHCASA) Campus Climate Survey,…

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Marc Maron speaks at ’62 Center on comedy and Jewish identity

  Israel, right, interviewed Maron on his career and Jewish identity. Maron took every opportunity to turn an answer into a comedic story, recounting his rise in stand-up, his upbringing…

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Trends show high levels of faculty retirement, increased faculty searches

Every year, the College welcomes a variety of new faculty to campus. Over the next few years, however, the College will see an increase in the number of new faculty…

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One in Two Thousand: Katrina Wheelan ’21

Photo courtesy of Julia Cassell. I met Katrina one of the first few nights of First Days, when we spent hours walking and talking around campus. This week,  I sat…

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College appoints Maud Mandel as next president

Yesterday, the Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Maud S. Mandel as the College’s 18th president. Mandel, who will be the College’s first female president, was unanimously selected by…

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Williams Motorcoach to offer free bus rides in April and coordinate with student groups

Williams Motorcoach will offer free buses to and from New York City and Boston on April 20 and 22. While Williams Motorcoach has offered free transport before, this is a…

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Professors and students hold panel on studying abroad

While the discussion of the study abroad experience traditionally only encompasses time spent away from campus, students and faculty have recently made efforts to extend the conversation to students’ returns…

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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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College nears end of reaccreditation process

Last week, the Office of the Provost published online documents detailing the accreditation process that the College is currently undergoing. The College completes accreditation review every 10 years, with the…

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WOC repurposes Winter Carnival money toward financial aid

The Williams Outing Club (WOC) hosted an Alice in Wonderland-themed Winter Carnival last weekend. While the weekend included many traditional Winter Carnival events, such as a themed dinner and the…

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