Author: Rachel Scharf, Features Editor

Berkshire Doula Project educates community on reproductive rights

(From left) Adam Calogeras ’18, Roshny Vijayakar ’17, Elizabeth Curtis ’17 and May Congdon ’17 are leaders of The Berkshire Doula Project. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Curtis. The Berkshire Doula…

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Trustee minutes discuss fraternity ban

As many concerned with administrative transparency at the College might already be aware, Board of Trustees meeting notes are sealed for 50 years following the date of the meeting. After…

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Extraordinarily extra charges

Williamstown is full of delicious food and drink finds. However, whether swiping in at a Dining Services establishment or paying up with cash at a local coffee shop, I’ve often…

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A week in Williams history

The first week of classes has always been a time for all sorts of new beginnings. Throughout the years, Ephs have moved into new living spaces and explored innovative uses…

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Uber hails Todd Noyes as first driver in Williamstown

Todd Noyes, a Williamstown native and member of OIT, has taken on the new title of Williamstown’s one and only Uber driver. Grace Flaherty/Photo Editor. Many students at the College…

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Community members dive into College curriculum through auditing

When I walked into Griffin 5 for my first English class of the semester, I was surprised to find that, in addition to the professor, there was another adult sitting…

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Zilkha Center Eco-Advisors lead natural lotion-making workshop

Students learned to make natural lotions with scented oils on Friday in the Zilkha Center. Photo courtesy of Zahida Martinez. Last Friday, two members of the Zilkha Center Eco-Advisors program,…

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Beloved bouncer Cory Spencer plans to depart

Cory Spencer, a fixture at the Red Herring, plans to resign to spend more time with his family. Photo courtesy of Jack Greenberg. A fundamental concession anyone who opts to…

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Williams Catering cooks up imaginitive cuisine

The College’s catering service gets creative in providing delicious food for events in the Faculty House and elsewhere. Photo courtesy of Jeanette Kopczynski. Although many students at the College are…

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Cricket Creek Farm launches bakery

Konecky, who has worked at Cricket Creek for five and a half years, loves the bakery’s bread. Grace Flaherty/Photo Editor. Last Saturday, Cricket Creek Farm, a small dairy farm in…

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