Category: News

Dining halls beginning to compost waste

The introduction of composting bins for napkins into campus dining halls signals a new level in the relationship between the College and Caretaker Farm, an organic, community-supported farm on Water Street.

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Williams names three new women’s sports coaches

Williams College Athletic Director Bob Peck announced today that three women have been named as head coaches of four Williams women’s varsity teams.

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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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MCC part deux

During her recent visit to Williams College, Lezli Hope White ’75 expressed surprise at the many ways in which the campus had changed.

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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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