Category: Opinions

Counter not cultured

To the Editor: With the donation of $20 million to construct a new performing arts center, an increasing interest in arts on campus, Spencer Art Studio in its second spring and the publication of Culture Counter, one would expect more respect and understanding for the arts.

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Williams undeserving of apathy label

When asked to describe the location of this college, an average Williams student will more often than not come up with the word “boonies.”

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Closure needed to tie up loose ends

We live in world where everything must be neatly squared away. Closure is king. We want our TV shows tied up in 30 minutes, minus time for commercial breaks.

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North Adams article patronizing

To the Editor: I am writing about the article “North Adams: the Berkshires’ Ghost Town” that appeared in last week’s Record.

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Service encouraged by credit

This weekend, Williams students gathered around toothpicks, bottles of glue and small trees building model trains for the North Adam’s Community youth service.

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Chalkings serve no purpose

To the Editor: Once again, certain members of the BGLTU have covered the sidewalk of our campus with chalk-written comments, criticisms and condemnations of an unnecessarily vulgar variety.

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Jeffers, Snyder wrong on issues

To the Editor: Matt Jeffers’ article and Aaron Snyder’s "Other Thought" in last week’s Record both show a fundamental misunderstanding of the goals and methods used by the BGLTU during Queer Pride Week.

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Assassination: A moral responsibility

George Stephanopulous came to speak on the topic of political assassinations May 4.

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No students votes needed for override election

Williamstown. Elevation: 740’. Area: 46.86 square miles.

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Students important to election

I would like to respond to an objection that has surfaced in discussions about the override vote.

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