Category: Features

Filmmakers find outlet in Media Center

The Williams College Media Center is hard at work planning an exciting spring schedule for both Williams students and area residents.

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Williams students teach youngsters

Williams College students have been sharing the knowledge of their academic careers with Williamstown elementary school students for the past three years.

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The immature daze of high school

High school is a touchy subject. No one wants to read about it, and, except for the highly talented authors who chronicle the lives of southern Californian post-pubescents, no one wants to write about it.

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U.S. News ranks Mission #1

Recently, an anonymous group of food-loving students from all four classes surveyed the five cafeterias on campus. Their identities have been protected to avoid reprisals from Dining Services employees.

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Sugar and Spice

Has everyone recovered yet from end of the week festivities? This weekend witnessed a wild and crazy (albeit one week late) Mardi Gras party (we’d say where it was, but you all know anyway and we’d hate to alert a police force with too much time on their hands to the goings on at Fitch...just kidding, not Fitch).

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One in 2000: Heidi Fischer

One in 2000: Heidi Fischer ’98

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Joe’s Corner

Record: How long have you worked at the Williamstown Post Office?

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An insider’s guide to living off-campus

What a prospect, to live off-campus. On the one hand, you have all those difficult choices to make (what to cook? should I cook? how does one cook?), and on the other hand, you have all that freedom (again, what to cook?).

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Ephs in Aruba observe eclipse

During the total eclipse on Feb. 26, Professor of Astronomy Jay Pasachoff led a team of Williams students and scientists in observing and researching the heating of a solar corona.

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Sugar and Spice

In case you haven’t heard already, Eph Chip Knight unfortunately did not medal at these Olympic games.

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