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Campus fixture Eric Wilson brings joy to College community

Eric Wilson is a frequent presence at Tunnel City Coffee, chatting with and befriending both students and fellow Williamstown residents. Jack Brent Greenberg/Editor-in-Chief As constant changes happen throughout the College…

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Activism in the Age of Trump. Jason Liu/Photo Editor.

Activism in the Age of Trump

Photo Editor Jason Liu heads to Boston for the Women's March on January 22 with Features Editor Jane Petersen. After meeting a rising generation of activists, they explore the historical backdrop…

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Former basketball teammates Kuntz ’06 and Kain ’05 reunite at Los Angeles FC

For three seasons, Will Kuntz ’06 and Tucker Kain ’05 were teammates on the men’s basketball team at the College. In the years they played together, the Ephs went 77-12…

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Over 175,000 marched in Boston this past weekend. Jason Liu/Photo Editor

Boston Women’s March draws College activists in the new Trump era

Eli Cytrynbaum ’20, sign in hand, traveled to Boston for the Women’s March Saturday with many other students from the College. Jason Liu/Photo Editor. It takes a special cause to…

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Students walk out and occupy Hopkins

On Nov. 18, students walked out of classes and occupied Hopkins Hall to encourage Falk to declare the College a sanctuary campus. Photo Courtesy of Brianna Rettig. On Nov. 18,…

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Outdoor ice skating rink to come to Dodd Circle this Winter Study

Ben Gips ’19 and other College Council members have been working to establish an outdoor ice skating rink in Dodd Circle this January. Emory Strawn/Photo editor. As the fall semester…

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Pop star Wang Leehom ’98 returns to woo students

Wang Leehom ’98 performed a mix of Mandarin and English-language songs in Chapin Hall on Monday. Alex Jen/ Arts Editor. “The Mountains” have never sounded this good, but I guess…

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Berkshire Doula Project educates community on reproductive rights

(From left) Adam Calogeras ’18, Roshny Vijayakar ’17, Elizabeth Curtis ’17 and May Congdon ’17 are leaders of The Berkshire Doula Project. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Curtis. The Berkshire Doula…

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Women’s soccer advances to NCAA Round of 16

Kristina Alvarado ’19 had two shots on goal in the NCAA tournament game against Wentworth on Saturday at home. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. On Sunday, women’s soccer (17–0–2, 9–0–2…

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Nick Cave’s ‘Until’ startles to provoke change

The view under the crystal cloud in Until, surmounted by a garden of black-faced jockeys, asks if there is “racism in heaven.” Photo courtesy of MASS MoCA. Things don’t quite…

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