Category: Op-Eds

Public education is worth saving in America

If you give a professor ten minutes, he will think he has fifty. We are used to classes and not debates.

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Responses to March 3 Iraq Article

While this might disappoint the Free Press and others, I want to clarify that this response to Matt Gutman’s article and Professor McAllister’s March 4 speech is not a defense of Saddam Hussein.

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PIRG money not used on students

You’ve probably noticed that MassPIRG has become unusually active on campus during the last two or three weeks, with taste tests, bright signs, interest meetings and even petitions.

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Group fights for worthy causes

We are writing on behalf of the Williams College chapter of the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MassPIRG).

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Vote Yes for MassPIRG

At Williams College, MassPIRG is a positive influence on campus.

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Jenness House: A fight for recognition

The Multicultural Center’s struggle for appreciation is best embodied in the words of Sharon George ‘91: “We are seeking to make life bearable here.

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Drug, alcohol use unfairly criminalized

While I hate to keep alive the current debate between Avi Raina and the partying community at Williams, there is an aspect of the debate which has not yet been addressed.

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Financial Aid department shows lack of understanding

First of all, I’d like to thank the Record for finally dealing with issues that should have been dealt with earlier.

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Peace in Iraq?

One thing is for certain; Saddam Hussein is not insane, crazy or confused.

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Adventure not matter of routine

I think I’ve done something foolish. Several weeks ago, I popped an old mix into my stereo that I listen to anytime I need a study break.

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