Category: Opinions

Degradation of women prevalent

What the f- y’all birds talking about? Get the f- out of my house

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CC nominations need more notice

This weekend was a weekend filled with opportunities for students to get involved. On Friday, we received the announcement of the upcoming College Council elections, and later that afternoon, we were invited to nominate ourselves for the presidential search committee.

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Open discussion necessary for community

To the editor: I want to offer a few reflections on the articles and letters about race relations at Williams that have appeared recently in the Record.

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Students remain ignorant of big issues

In the past few weeks, America has witnessed some of the worst cases of police brutality, judicial injustice and racial hate to surface in years.

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Strong leaders offer target of solution

We’ve all read a number of interesting comments by our classmates on race relations here at Williams College.

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Substance-free a necesary risk

Personally, I wonder if equating a proposal for a substance-free housing option with a proposal for “theme” housing is minimizing the significance of the request.

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Self-segregation reveals deeper social problems; intervention needed

Ah, race relations. A delicate subject, to say the least. While my friends will probably cringe upon hearing that I have chosen to speak on such a topic, they will have to deal.

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Committee’s proposal denied

We recently reviewed a proposal by the CUL to establish an option for Substance Free Housing.

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Student finds Singled Out offensive

Singled Out is one of the more inane shows on television.

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Open communication among groups required of students

This is a direct response to the article written by Timothy Karpoff, titled “Lessons learned from C-League.”

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