Category: News

Jewish Soul Food: Latke Versus Hamentashen

This past Tuesday, the weather turned chilly, snow flurries fell to the Earth, and people huddled into the Jewish Religious Center to debate the virtues of two highly lauded foods found in the holiday pantries of Jews around the world: the latke and the hamentaschen.

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Yo-Yo Ma to speak at commencement

Williams College recently announced that Yo-Yo Ma, an accomplished and internationally known cellist, will speak at this year’s commencement exercises on June 7.

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Mission damages, fines rising

This year Mission Park has already accrued a more costly tab for damages done to the building than last year’s total.

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MassPIRG ousted; Ervin, Slocum elected to CC

Results for the College Council general election were released Wednesday night, naming Kate Ervin ’99 and Will Slocum ’99 co-presidents for the next term.

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Cowley, Harman discuss their co-presidency

Friday marks the end of the College Council co-presidency of Amanda Cowley ’98 and Mac Harman ’98. They turned over their presidential responsibilities to the new Co-Presidents, Kate Ervin ’99 and Will Slocum ’99.

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Students get first-hand experience of hunger at Baxter

40 students and townspeople took part in the Hunger Banquet held on Wednesday night in Baxter Dining Hall.

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Organizations discuss MCC’s role on campus

Asian American Students in Action hosted an open forum discussion concerning the role of the Multi-Cultural Center and the Minority Coalition Wednesday night in Spencer.

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College Council looks to begin transport service

A campus-wide transport service may begin as early as next semester.

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IT on IT: Your weekly dose of Information Technology from Perry

Let’s say you are a new first year Dartmouth student. Your mom and dad purchased a Mac for you to use during your senior year in high school.

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SoCA Heritage week brings Caribbean presence to Williams campus

The Students of Caribbean Ancestry kicked off its first SoCA Heritage week, themed Out of Many . . . One Culture, on Saturday.

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