Author: Samuel Wolf, News Editor

Students elect new College Council representatives

Between Thursday and Saturday, 1104 students voted in the biannual College Council (CC) elections, in which all offices were up for election. Annual positions included CC co-presidents, treasurer, parliamentarian and…

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Students respond to survey on participation in activism involving race, gender, class, religion

Graphics courtesy of Sam Wolf/News Editor. As part of a closer look at student activism on campus, the Record conducted a survey last week that measured levels of student participation…

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One in Two Thousand: Ben Weber ’21

Sophia Shin/Photo Editor I first met Ben along with all my other entrymates, but I truly got to know him when we performed together in Frosh Revue last fall. He…

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Local paratransit bus workers consider strike

In the next few days, the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) will consider beginning a strike, potentially ceasing to offer its regularly scheduled paratransit transportation services. This protest was announced…

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Students respond to Claiming Williams Day survey

William Newton/Executive Editor This week, the Record sent out a survey to a random sample of 500 students regarding participation in various Claiming Williams Day events. 123 responses were recorded,…

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Julissa Arce speaks about her pathway to U.S. citizenship

On Thursday, immigrant rights advocate Julissa Arce delivered Claiming Williams Day’s morning keynote address on the plight of undocumented immigrants and her legal and spiritual journey toward becoming an American…

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Administrators hold seminar on how to effectively protest College

Last Thursday, senior College administrators hosted a community forum on strategies for effectively protesting the actions of the College as a part of Claiming Williams Day. Chief Communications Officer Jim…

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