Category: News

Writers discuss exploration of gender roles through Sci-Fi

On Thursday, January 22, several students gathered in Stetson Lounge to witness a panel discussion on Science Fiction and Gender Politics.

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Cuomo, Roberts debate in Chapin

Former Governor of New York Mario Cuomo and syndicated columnist Paul Craig Roberts began a month-long discussion of justice across generations with a debate entitled, "What Do We Owe the Young and Old, and How Should the Government be Involved?"

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Students, faculty admit to e-mail obsession; solution may be far away

Williams students and faculty increasingly have turned to email as a central form of communication.

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Memorials incite shock in Berlin

German artists Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock shared the story behind their creation of city-wide holocaust memorials in Berlin at a lecture on Wednesday.

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Student crossing Route 2 hit by van, minor injuries result

Friday night at approximately 7:20 p.m. a van driving eastbound on Rte.2 hit a Williams student crossing the street between East and Griffin Hall.

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Electrical short sparks morning fire in Dodd

Students in pajamas huddled together outside Dodd early Thursday morning, after having been woken up by the fire alarm at 3:30 a.m., to watch as flames burst out of the basement area underneath the kitchen.

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Administration, professors faced with overcrowded classes, limited resources

To some students the 11:1 student to faculty ratio here at Williams probably seems like an unrealistic figure.

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Speakers describe sin from both religious, secular perspectives in interfaith forum

Students of all faiths congregated last week to discuss sin with religious leaders. Amy Sprengelmeyer ’00 began the evening by describing her hope that "Conceptions of Sin: Jewish and Religious Perspectives" would be the first in a series of events to foster Jewish-Christian dialogue throughout the year.

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Webshield installed to protect Williams network from viruses

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) will be installing a Webshield and "firewall" on the Williams network in order to better guard it from viruses and hackers breaking into the network.

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Prestigious fellowships awarded to four seniors

Unlike many of their classmates, seniors Leo Tsai, Robert Jenks, Jon Michaels and Michael Snediker no longer have to worry about what they will do after graduation.

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