Category: News

Division III majors dominate new Phi Beta Kappa inductees

The overwhelming predominance of Division III majors among this year’s junior year inductees to Phi Beta Kappa has raised eyebrows across campus.

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Williams, MCLA announce teaching program

Williams students interested in teaching will now be able to work toward obtaining secondary teaching certification while at Williams.

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Presidential morality discussed at 18th Century conference

As the entire nation attempts to assess the details of the Clinton scandal, the community of Williams College explored some of the same issues at the annual conference of the Northeast American Society for 18th Century Studies

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Spring Street business still vacant after March fire; future uncertain

Spring Street’s future appears to be an uncertain one as last March’s early morning fire has displaced several businesses.

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Williams receives $1 million to encourage public service

As part of an effort to encourage Williams graduates to seek careers in public service, two Williams alumni recently made a substantial donation to the school in order to set up a summer internship program in the public service sector.

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Housing office works to solve beginning-of-the-year problems

A few minor housing faux pas have caused the College’s Housing Office to do some last minute shuffling.

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Financial Aid Department makes changes to work study, less student choice

In response to changes in the numbers and the types of campus jobs available for students, Williams’ Financial Aid Department has announced a revision of the system of worker assignment and salary.

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Students and faculty take part in leadership conference

Last Saturday over 60 Williams students and several students from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts converged on the Williams Faculty Club to participate in the first annual Williams College Student Leadership Conference.

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New College librarian brings technological and management experience to Williams

Library education and technology will be two of the priorities of new College Librarian David Pilachowski.

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Oullette replaces Healy as Vice President

Increased interaction between Williams College and the surrounding community will be one of the primary goals of the College’s new vice president of administration, Helen T. Ouellette.

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