Category: News

Security officers attempt to maintain friendly relationships

"There were strange noises coming from the bathroom." Gabriella Allen ’00 said about a recent incident with her Dennett facilities.

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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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Revised town bylaw allows strip bars in ‘overlay district’

Despite the fact that numerous Williamstown residents have voiced adamant opposition to the prospect of strip bars opening in the town, the Planning Board has reversed its decision to ban both adult cabarets and strip bars from the town.

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Students rake in grants, fellowships

Imagine spending a year after graduation in Jamaica and South Africa, studying women’s behavior in the marketplace by working with them there.

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News today: Much ado about nothing

They say no news is good news, and if that’s the case, well then things are just fine and dandy in our world.

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College awards Bicentennial Medals in private ceremony

In a private ceremony on Friday President of the College Harry C. Payne awarded six Bicentennial Medals to graduates of the college.

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Payne’s agenda for college’s future emphasizes technology, public

The next decade at Williams College should see a strengthening of the curriculum, an increased emphasis on civic involvements and further integration of technology in teaching and research.

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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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