Category: News

Spring Street Blues

Monday 4-13-98 1:23 a.m. Car horn blasting in Mission Parking Lot.

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Vice President Healy resigns

Vice President for Administration, Treasurer and Secretary to the Board of Trustees David G. Healy will resign in June to pursue new interests.

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AIDS quilt: remembering Williams alums’ lives

This past weekend the AIDS quilt visited Williams. Intended to honor those who have died in the Williams Community, and deeply moving in its efforts, the quilt does not tell the personal stories of those who have perished in our own community.

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Commonality at Williams

The beginning of a Williams career is also the beginning of a concerted effort towards class unity, from class meetings in Chapin, to SPARC workshops, to entry gatherings.

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Spring St. fire closes local businesses

While many students were away during Spring Break, a fire broke out on Spring Street on Sunday March 29 at 2:28 a.m.

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1150 admitted to Williams Class of 2002

On March 23 the Admissions Office mailed letters notifying approximately 1150 students of their acceptance to Williams.

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Changing trends in other colleges force financial aid review

This January Princeton University adopted a new financial aid program aimed at attracting lower and middle-income students that may have a significant effect on Williams and other first-tier colleges.

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Alumni donate over $5 million

This year’s Alumni Giving Fund set a new record for the College topping $5 million for the first time.

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First-years struggle with academic life

Contrary to a recent campus rumor about the large number of first-years asked to leave for academic reasons in the fall of 1997 the actual number was no higher than previous years.

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College Librarian Cutler retiring after 14 years

Phyllis Cutler, `Williams College librarian for 14 years, is retiring this year and the search to replace her is underway.

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