Category: News

Leadership curriculum evolves through interdepartmental courses

The Psychology course “Leadership” (PSYCH 342) taught by the Chair of the Psychology Department George Goethals, inspired an interdepartmental course cluster to begin next fall.

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Class of 2000 now in midst of JA selection

Every Eph has, or has had a Junior Advisor. How are the people who affect so much of the Williams College community chosen? Who decides?

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Budget deficit haunts Williamstown government

The Williamstown government is currently facing a projected budget deficit of almost $700,000, according to Town Manager Steve Patch.

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New self-defense class promises proactive women

The Rape Aggression Defense Systems (R.A.D.) will be taught for the first time at Williams College this April.

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No charges filed

Yesterday, Northern Berkshire District Court Chief Magistrate Dennis D’Arcangulo ruled in a show cause hearing that there was insufficient evidence in the complaint that the Williamstown Police Department brought against Williams College Security.

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College puts Elm Tree House to greater use

After years of limited use, Elm Tree House, the mansion on the Mt. Hope Farm property, is to be brought up to code thanks to alumni support.

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Professor Robert Bell receives $12,500 for Robert Foster Cherry Award

English Professor Robert H. Bell recently received the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teachers from Baylor University.

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Spring Street Blues

Monday 2-2-98 9:58am Fire alarm at Hopkins ?Hall. Cause was carpenters working. 9:25am Employee vehicle reported damaged in Faculty Club parking lot. 1:55pm Intrusion from the Log. Caused by staff.…

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AIDS Memorial Quilt coming

700 panels of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt will be coming to Williams Apr. 18-20, showcased in Chandler Athletic Center.

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‘Justice’ lectures poorly attended

Attendance at the Justice Across Generations fora in January ranged from standing room only to a handful of students.

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