Category: Features

Avi’s three condemnations: Spring Break, Quads, Psych 101

Top on my list of this week’s condemnations is El Nino. In normal years, going home to California for Spring Break probably would mean my getting exposed to warm weather.

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Will’s Corner

Record: How long have you worked at the snack bar?

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Fire Marshal in need of recognition

There are many things that fit under the label of The Great Unknown. Death, tropical rainstorms and the lifecycles of those microscopic bugs that scientists continue to find living in our eyelids and other cutaneous habitats all fall into this category.

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Sugar and Spice

Thanks to a little number (the smaller, the better), you’re either ecstatic, indifferent, or just plain bitter right now.

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IT on IT

It’s hard to believe that in just about three weeks classes will be over. Students will be heading for home locations all over the world, and many faculty members will be roaming off to as many locations as will the students.

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Sugar and Spice

Welcome back! Today is such a beautiful day we scarcely noticed that it’s also Previews Day.

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Saving the world for Spring Break

While many Williams students spent Spring Break lounging around at home or basking in the sun on a beach, a team of 18 students were busy working hard on a Habitat for Humanity project in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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Taylor and class discuss Touched by an Angel

While most Williams students were away enjoying their spring break, Mark C. Taylor, Cluett Professor of Humanities and Religion, was contacted to contribute to the making of a CBS television special about Touched by an Angel, one of the top shows currently airing on CBS.

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John’s Corner

Record: How long have you owned Hot Tomatoes?

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Campus Politics: A mission for 007

This article is more than a newspaper column - it’s an invitation for Avi Raina and all those who would oppose him to come over to Carter 45 to play a little James Bond.

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