Category: News

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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Panelists focus on knowledge as key to sustainable development

Three experts addressed the question, "Sustainable Development: Must We Change the Present to Preserve the Future" on Jan. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in Brooks-Rogers.

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Hughes grant helps Williams help local elementary schools

In 1996 Williams College received its third grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

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Writers discuss exploration of gender roles through Sci-Fi

On Thursday, January 22, several students gathered in Stetson Lounge to witness a panel discussion on Science Fiction and Gender Politics.

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Cuomo, Roberts debate in Chapin

Former Governor of New York Mario Cuomo and syndicated columnist Paul Craig Roberts began a month-long discussion of justice across generations with a debate entitled, "What Do We Owe the Young and Old, and How Should the Government be Involved?"

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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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Students, faculty admit to e-mail obsession; solution may be far away

Williams students and faculty increasingly have turned to email as a central form of communication.

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