Category: News

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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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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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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Alcohol-related incidents add to anxiety

A succession of alcohol-related events on campus since September have some students concerned about safety, security and confidentiality.

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Council works hard to address student concerns

The topics discussed by College Council during their last few meetings have focused on budgets, NESCAC and Party Policy.

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Interim party policy replaces party ban

The interim party policy that went into effect after Police Chief Kennedy filed complaints against security officers and students has not yet been replaced with a permanent revision.

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College admits 1,146 students

The Admissions Office reports that Williams has accepted less students this year than it traditionally does, but may have a slightly larger incoming freshman class than normal.

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Deans agree to hire student activities intern this summer

After almost a decade of debate, the Dean’s Office has announced that it will hire a student activities intern to work with the leaders of student organizations in order to facilitate the planning of events and communication on campus.

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College loses professor, friend

Williams professor Michael Bell died Wednesday evening after more than 20 years of teaching in the English department and serving the broader college community.

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