Category: News

Fewer to be accepted for ‘02

All applications for the Class of 2002 have been submitted to the Admissions Office. In comparison to recent years, fewer applicants will be selected as Ephs despite their strong academic record.

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D’Souza claims racism is not the problem

Dinesh D’Souza, an experienced lecturer and author, presented his talk, “Racism is not the Problem” to a large audience in Chapin Hall on Feb. 26.

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D’Souza: It is not the end of racism

The first decade of the 1900s witnessed an influx of different essays, discourses, and pseudoscientific theories on racial comparisons.

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Tuition increase lower this year

Williams administrators expect that next year’s tuition increase will be lower than it has been in years past, due to trends in Williams’s competitors, increased money from our endowment and other factors.

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Hyphenated courses up for debate

The Williams faculty is debating the advantages and disadvantages of hyphenated courses in the academic curriculum.

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Extension of semester now being discussed

At the faculty meeting on Feb 18., the faculty voted in a straw poll against looking into the possibility of extending the semester without shortening or eliminating Winter Study.

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Moogano hailed as success

Despite the lack of snow, this year’s Winter Carnival was a great success. Moogano 1998 was a completely student-run event sponsored by the Outing Club and the International Club.

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Market crash in Southeast Asia affects students

The economic crisis in Southeast Asia has affected almost 300,000 students from Asian countries studying in America.

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New party policy in effect

Emphasizing issues of health, safety, and personal responsibility, the committee formed to re-evaluate Williams’ party policy submitted its final plan to the Deans’ office and college attorney on Jan. 18.

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Payne discusses role as head of organization of colleges and universities

President of the College Harry C. Payne recently finished a year as Chair of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, an organization Williams and its NESCAC and Ivy League counterparts belong to, as well as many other private institutions of higher education in the country.

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