Category: Features

One in 2000: Helena Johnson

Dorm: Carter 44 B Hometown: Concord, NH

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One in 2000: Helena Johnson

Dorm: Carter 44 B Hometown: Concord, NH

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In ‘remembrance’ of Speaker Newt Gingrich

With Newt Gingrich’s sudden, not-so-voluntary retirement last week, the drive to ensure the Speaker’s proper place in history has entered full swing.

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One in 2000: Sarah Barger

Residence: East 1 Hometown: Tacoma, WA

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Soup, salads and speakers: Log Lunch draws a crowd

“They’re the best meals I have all week,” said Allison Jacobs ’00, referring to the Log Lunches offered by The Center for Environment Studies (CES) every Friday at noon at the Log.

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Hoards of juniors study abroad, bring slides and stories home to Billsville

As assistant dean and coordinator of international education programs, Laura McKeon talks to a wide variety of Williams students about their educational plans.

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One in 2000: Sarah Barger

Residence: East 1 Hometown: Tacoma, WA

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Rapunzel confusing for children

There is nothing inherently wrong with biology. Nor is there anything evil about math, astronomy or any of the other logical sciences.

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Hawaii marriage referendum a test of our deep prejudices

In the lackluster election that is midterm ’98, there are few things of interest to watch. There are no overwhelming trends, few major shifts, and only a couple of races worth watching.

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First Year families explore campus, hug their kids

Parents of Williams College first-year students who attended First-Year Family Weekend were greeted with purple and gold balloons, ‘Temporary Registration Parking Only’ signs outside of Baxter Hall, and a folder full of information on the College and activities taking place from October 23 through October 25.

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