Category: News

Model/Artist Lee Miller celebrated in slide show

A statuesque beauty, whose face graced the cover of international fashion magazines. A talented artist, whose surrealist photography inspired the likes of Pablo Picasso. Lee Miller was both.

Read More

AIDS Memorial Quilt coming

700 panels of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt will be coming to Williams Apr. 18-20, showcased in Chandler Athletic Center.

Read More

‘Justice’ lectures poorly attended

Attendance at the Justice Across Generations fora in January ranged from standing room only to a handful of students.

Read More

Frosh party habits spark the fuse that lit the powder keg

Residents of the First-Year Quad were shocked last week to find an anonymous message in the DA, complaining about the Quad’s noise problem. The message blamed drinking for the loud noise, along with the lax class schedule of Winter Study.

Read More

Adams wins prestigious teaching award

Professor of Mathematics Colin Adams recently won one of three Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Distinguished Teaching Awards, highlighting him as a one of the best professors to have graced college campuses nationwide.

Read More

Advising system re-evaluated

Recently, students and College Council have raised questions of the effectiveness of First year advising.

Read More

The Record Wired

Many problems plague on-line publications today, especially newspapers. Moving a traditional print media to a digital format creates aesthetic and informational obstacles requiring resources most small colleges do not possess: significant capital, technical knowledge and a large supply of news.

Read More

No charges filed

Yesterday, Northern Berkshire District Court Chief Magistrate Dennis D’Arcangulo ruled in a show cause hearing that there was insufficient evidence in the complaint that the Williamstown Police Department brought against Williams College Security.

Read More

College puts Elm Tree House to greater use

After years of limited use, Elm Tree House, the mansion on the Mt. Hope Farm property, is to be brought up to code thanks to alumni support.

Read More

Professor Robert Bell receives $12,500 for Robert Foster Cherry Award

English Professor Robert H. Bell recently received the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teachers from Baylor University.

Read More