Category: News

Search committee convenes to find new president

At the beginning of this academic year, Chair of the Board of Trustees Michael Eisenson ’77 announced the formation of the search committee for the 18th president of the College.…

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Class of 2019 banner in ’82 Grill vandalized with ‘KKK’ graffiti

On Friday, a student notified Campus Safety and Security (CSS) about a “KKK” symbol written on the Class of 2019 banner hanging in  the ’82 Grill. In two campus-wide emails,…

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College pursues reaccreditation

The College has begun to seek reaccreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), completing a comprehensive self-study in preparation for the reaccreditation process, which must occur…

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Congressman Neal addresses tax reform in Griffin Hall

Last Friday, U.S. Congressman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) spoke before an audience of students and faculty in Griffin Hall about the difficulty of accomplishing meaningful tax reform. Neal, who has served…

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Stevenson speaks to students on social justice

Last Thursday, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) Bryan Stevenson visited the College as part of this year’s Williams Reads Program. During First Days, first-years had…

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Mount Greylock Regional School undergoes construction

The Mount Greylock Regional School construction project, which began in July 2016, is continuing on schedule, according to School Committee Chairwoman Carrie Greene. The gym will be ready for use…

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Seth Wax begins as new Jewish chaplain

As Rosh Hashanah marks the start of the Jewish New Year, it also marks the start for Rabbi Seth Wax in his position as Jewish Chaplain of the College. Wax…

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Majumder appointed interim president

Chair of the Board of Trustees Michael Eisenson ’77 announced on Aug. 29 that, effective Jan. 1, Protik (Tiku) Majumder, professor of physics and director of the Science Center, would…

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College, students respond to DACA repeal

In response to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Sept. 5 announcement of a gradual “wind-down” of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), President of the College Adam Falk reaffirmed…

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Falk reflects on his tenure, contemplates bright future

This time of year marks many new beginnings: a fresh slate of classes, the arrival of the Class of 2021, several new faculty and staff hires and the opening of…

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