Category: Opinions

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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Problems of community rest on individuals

According to the way we categorize people in our society, I am a white male. Because of the necessity of categorizing and labeling things in order to communicate, I will accept my classification.

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Elsea’s editorial biased, unhelpful

The Record’s opinion piece on “Today’s Republican Party Leaders...” (January 26, 1999; Dan Elsea ’02) lacks the fairness and accuracy required to spark any thoughtful discussion, the point of any good and responsible editorial.

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Clinton rhetoric deceives nation

Following President Clinton’s State of the Union Address, much of the American media lauded the overall excellence of Clinton’s budget proposals.

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Logging industry damaging to economy as well as environment

As I hike along a mountain ridgeline, the beauty and wildness in which I immerse myself is scarred by an abyss of clearcuts.

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Lessons learned from C-League

Wednesday, I played a couple of games of C-league basketball. A nice diversion from a month of nice diversions.

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Alum recounts Williams hospitality

As a Singaporean student who has spent three years at Williams College, I sometimes wonder why I should be studying in an American institution that has shown blatant disrespect to the Prime Minister of my country.

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