Category: Features

Ceramics club gets fired up for pottery

I’ll be the first to admit, I’m artistically challenged. My ceramics career peaked in the third grade when I made a mug with a holey bottom and half a handle.…

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Bottoms Up: ‘In-Cider Scoop’ on best autumn drinks

As the leaves turn and the colors change, as each dining hall presents its assortment of apples with varying quality, as the temperature begins to drop (well, maybe), you will…

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Moonlight offers tasty all-day breakfast

With many different breakfast establishments in and around Williamstown, including more frequented options like Chef’s Hat, Renee’s and The Blue Benn, Moonlight Diner & Grille is often overlooked. Located at…

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Economics professor investigates conflicts of interest in medicine

In May 2017, Matthew Chao, assistant professor of economics, published (along with 10 others) an investigation into the association between pharmaceutical policies in teaching hospitals and physician prescribing. This study,…

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Tony’s Sombrero offers satisfying off-campus alternative to Taco Tuesday

If you’re like me, you spend Wednesday through Monday waiting for Taco Tuesday (by far the best day of the week) at Whitman's. The College encourages students to think beyond…

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Pilot Wild Oats delivery initiative brings healthy, affordable food to campus

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” “You are what you eat.” And of course, the classic: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” We’ve all heard…

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One in Two Thousand: Emma Lezberg ’20

I met Emma Lezberg ’20 last year at the Jewish Association, and was fascinated by her love of animals and her refugee advocacy work. We met up to discuss karate,…

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‘Eph Superfan’ shows her school spirit

“I always used to joke with my friends that I was recruited for fandom,” Emily Elder ’20 said when asked about her incredible enthusiasm for athletics at the College. Elder…

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‘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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