Category: Features

‘Celestial Pavilion’ design wins architecture class competition

Last Thursday at solar noon, 12:39 p.m. EST, over 20 students, faculty and staff gathered in the Celestial Pavilion, designed by Kate Latimore ’19. The pavilion is a sleek and…

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MSRC applies innovative new tutoring strategies

This year the Peer Academic Support Network, under the guidance of Laura Muller, is implementing a number of substantial changes that will seek to improve the network’s functionality and accessibility.…

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One in Two Thousand: Onyeka Obi ’21

I met Onyeka when she auditioned for Frosh Revue this fall. This week, I caught up with her about her path to the College, creative prom photos and, of course,…

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Graffiti remains a campus mystery

Just outside Whitman’s dining hall, there is a piece of graffiti that has gone untouched for years. The words “Si nos dan a un@  Nos dan a tod@s!” have hung…

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Students use scooters for fun transport

There is a rising population of students riding scooters around campus. Scooters, originally used as methods of transportation for football players during preseason, have risen in popularity that now extends…

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Senior’s thesis challenges depictions of black women in media

What started off as a journey in self-discovery inspired Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies major Rachel Jones ’18 to research black women in the media for her senior thesis. “It…

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A-Frame delights with fresh treats

It’s 8 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, and while most students at the College are still zombified, Sharon Sutter has already been churning out batches of muffins, breads and cakes…

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One in Two Thousand: Petra Tiiso McGinty

Tiiso has been one of my best friends since my first-year Williams Outdoor Orientation for Living as First-years (WOOLF) trip. In the years since, I have known Tiiso to be…

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Former IT specialist, psych Ph.D. explores implicit cognition

What started as a decision to take a psychology course on a whim during his sophomore year of college became a life-long passion for Jeremy Cone, assistant professor of psychology.…

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One in Two Thousand: Jason Adulley ’19

Jason and I met during Windows on Williams (WOW) our senior year of high school. I met up with him to discuss his political aspirations and Naked Brothers Band fandom.…

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