Category: Op-Eds

Changes needed in new NESCAC policy

Amherst and Williams do not agree on much - just ask an Eph about the relative importance of US News and World Report, or ask a Jeff about the relative importance of a football game.

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Chapin Hall banner policy ill-founded

In order to save campus groups money, alleviate the workload of Buildings and Grounds staffers and preserve the historical integrity of one of the campus’s most striking facades, the Dean’s Office decided this summer to prohibit campus groups from displaying banners on Chapin.

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Personal touch lost with custodial reforms

Williams College prides itself on being small. It is a small school in a small town with small classes and a small student body.

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SPARC workshops a valuable experience for first-year students

The Students Promoting Awareness, Respect, and Community workshop (SPARC) is a valuable tool for first-year entries and the campus as a whole.

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Clinton editorials out of control

This is not an editorial about Clinton. Rather, this is an editorial about editorials about Clinton.

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The Presidency: It’s time for the nation to let go of Monica

In recent months, America has been embroiled in a scandal of seemingly great significance. A sexual liaison and a lie about it have come to dominate the American political dialogue.

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Class of 2002: Welcome to Williams

Making the switch from high school to college is often difficult. Nothing the administration, your family, or you do will make it easy.

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Class crunch unbecoming of Williams

No one, not even the magazine’s own editors, will deny that the annual U.S. News and World Report college rankings are arbitrary.

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The Presidency: It’s time for the nation to let go of Monica

In recent months, America has been embroiled in a scandal of seemingly great significance. A sexual liaison and a lie about it have come to dominate the American political dialogue.

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Resignation needed for country to begin healing

For the past seven months, the American public has been concerned primarily with a White House intern, a dress from the Gap and a cigar.

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