Category: News

Letter to the Editor: In response to the Sailing Club censure

To the editor, Thank you for publishing the recent op-eds concerning Registered Student Organization (RSO) discipline and the sailing team. I will let everyone read the pieces side-by-side to figure…

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Williams Motorcoach to offer free bus rides in April and coordinate with student groups

Williams Motorcoach will offer free buses to and from New York City and Boston on April 20 and 22. While Williams Motorcoach has offered free transport before, this is a…

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Student code of conduct edited in update to dean of the College’s website

On Monday, the dean of the College’s office debuted a major website edit, including  important updates to the student code of conduct. The new code of conduct is organized in…

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Berkshire groups pursue gender equality in wake of International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day this past Thursday, people across the world focused on the need for  greater progress, capitalizing upon popular movements such as #MeToo, #TimesUp and #PressforProgress which serve…

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JAAB announces significant alterations to JA system

Low number of JA applications necessitates larger entries composed of three or four JAs Yesterday, the Junior Advisor Advisory Board (JAAB) sent out a statement informing the student body that…

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College to welcome students from the University of Puerto Rico for summer research

In response to the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria, the College will be hosting five students and a faculty member from the University of Puerto Rico for a summer research…

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Growth in computer science majors outpaces faculty hiring

Graphic courtesy of William Newton/Executive Editor. While the number of College computer science (CS) majors has significantly increased over the past decade, the number of CS faculty has remained relatively…

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Professors and students hold panel on studying abroad

While the discussion of the study abroad experience traditionally only encompasses time spent away from campus, students and faculty have recently made efforts to extend the conversation to students’ returns…

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Joshua McCabe lectures on conservative policy approaches to reducing childhood poverty rate

Endicott College Professor Joshua McCabe spoke on conservative approaches toward addressing childhood poverty. Photo courtesy of Endicott College. On Thursday night, Endicott College Professor and Assistant Dean of Social Sciences…

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Local Democratic committees hold town hall meetings across Berkshire County

Democrats held meetings to elect delegates to the Massachusetts Democratic Party Endorsing Committee, which will endorse candidates for statewide offices. Photo courtesy of North Adams Democratic City Committee. Over the…

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