Category: News

Uncontested elections stir debate

College Council elections for 1998-99 are not only focusing on issues vital to the campus but are also bringing about changes in the electoral process itself.

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Minnie Bruce Pratt charms Griffin with Southern wit

Minnie Bruce Pratt, famous for her anti-racist, anti-homophobia poetry spoke in Griffin 3 last Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.

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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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West College: renovations pending

During the course of this summer, West College will undergo over one million dollars worth of renovations.

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MassPIRG fee system up for reaffirmation vote

On Tuesday and Wednesday Williams students will vote on whether to reaffirm the MassPIRG (Massachusetts Student Public Interest Group) refundable fee system.

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Experts speak on science

The 1997 Nobel Laureate in Physics, William Phillips, will be visiting the College this week, highlighted by a lecture Thursday evening entitled “Time, Einstein, and the Coldest Stuff in the Universe.”

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Mabie Debate

Williams will be presenting its 1998 Mabie Debate between economists Dr. Robert Repetto and Professor Richard Schmalensee March 12 at 8 p.m. in Chapin Hall.

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Sununu, Hooks debate profs, students in Chapin

Students, faculty and members of the community gathered to watch the first debate of the newly- formed Williams College Debate Union in Chapin Hall Mon. night.

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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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