Category: Features

Professor Alan Hirsch raises awareness about false confessions

Chair of Justice and Law Studies Alan Hirsch leads a double life. One is that of the typical professor at the College: grading papers, lecturing and steadfastly challenging his students…

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Virtual Reality room explores new technological frontier

Although some students may see Sawyer Library as a second home, many are unaware of all the surprises their familiar study spot has to offer. One such hidden gem is…

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One in Two Thousand: Kai Cash ’19

From his countless hilarious stories to his passion for public health and fashion, any interaction with Kai Cash ’19 is guaranteed to raise a smile. I sat down with Kai…

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Facilities prevails during winter storm

Grounds Manager Dave Fitzgerald has committed himself to battling Berkshire winters for the last 29 years. Photo credit: June Han While students lay in their beds on Feb. 11, Dave…

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One in Two Thousand: Laura Lee ’17

Laura Lee ’17 was the first friend I met at the College – or should I say through the College since, fittingly, we met on the internet after we both…

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Williams Club of New York makes appeal to new members

As of 2010, the Williams Club shares its Manhattan residence with the Columbia Club of New York and the Princeton Club of New York. Photo courtesy of the Williams Club.…

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‘Willinet-TV’ proves vehicle for community engagement

“WilliNet-TV” is a name many students at the College may have heard but few understand. Although it may seem like a constant presence in the background of Williamstown life (students…

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WOC cabin entertains chilly students

The New Dorland Memorial Cabin offers easy access to outdoor activities for adventurous students. RB Smith/Features editor. The Williams Outing Club (WOC) cabin is a woodland dwelling nestled at the…

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’6 House offers rich cuisine

It was a quiet and cold Saturday, and I really needed some comfort food. So, I drove down Route 7 towards the 1896 House Pub, or the ’6 House, as…

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The College bids shalom to beloved Cantor Bob Scherr

Of the many life lessons Cantor Bob Scherr has instilled in the College community, one in particular describes his time here best: don’t be afraid of getting lost, especially when…

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