Category: News

Payne discusses role as head of organization of colleges and universities

President of the College Harry C. Payne recently finished a year as Chair of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, an organization Williams and its NESCAC and Ivy League counterparts belong to, as well as many other private institutions of higher education in the country.

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Lycos, Tripod merger benefits alumni investors

On Feb. 3 Lycos Inc. acquired Tripod Inc. of Williamstown, MA in a deal worth approximately $58 million in stock. The merger had economic ramifications in both cyberspace and the Williamstown.

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Mellon Program to begin this summer

The Office of Information Technology has 12 Student Summer Mellon internships available for the summer of 1998. There is a $2,700 stipend for each eight-week internship.

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Inaugural debate to tackle issue of saving public education

On Mar. 2 the newly-formed Williams College Debate Union will hold its first debate entitled “Is Public Education Worth Saving?”

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Spring Street Blues

Monday 2-16-98 11:24am Power out in Poker Flats B. Breaker Reset.

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Williams debate team is ranked #2 in nation

Over the past several months the Williams Parliamentary Debate Team has steadily risen to become one of the most potent forces on the American Parliamentary Debate Association (APDA) circuit.

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Early Decision applicant increase affects Williams

In the past few years the schools with whomWilliams competes for students have noticeably increased the number of students they admit through the early decision program.

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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.

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Roseman studies viral enzyme, wins grant

Assistant Professor of Biology Nancy Roseman was recently awarded a grant of $266,191 through the National Science Foundation to study the biochemistry of the dUTPase enzyme through the vaccinia virus.

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Situation with Iraq discussed

Students and faculty gathered in the Jewish Religious Center on the night of Feb. 12 to listen to Salah Hassan and Yaseen Noorani discuss the problems facing U.S./ Iraqi relations.

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