Welcome back to another glorious week of Features. We’ve lost weight this weekâ€”no, not Phen-Fen. Our section got a whole lot skinnier thanks to a photo essay on “How I…Read More
To the Editor: March 6, 1998: Last week’s letter from SungHwan Kim ’00 was correct in pointing out that it took some time for the college to decide how best…Read More
We are writing on behalf of the Williams College chapter of the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MassPIRG).
To the Editor: March 3, 1998: I am writing to express disappointment and sadness with the Features article on the Williams College Ski Team in the Feb. 24, 1998 edition…Read More
As the College Council prepares to pass the torch to a new group of leaders, we at the Record are left wondering why such an important process failed to achieve the goals of a simple democracy: rule by the people, for the people.
One thing is for certain; Saddam Hussein is not insane, crazy or confused.
First of all, I’d like to thank the Record for finally dealing with issues that should have been dealt with earlier.
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.
Seeing as how recent columns of mine on the Opinions page have been denounced, you may be wondering why I’m still writing for the Record. While at first I contemplated…Read More
I am grateful to the editorial board of The Williams Record for giving me an opportunity to share some thoughts about computing over the course of the Spring Term. Because…Read More