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Michael Wang ’17 takes part in advocacy related to anti-Asian discrimination...

On Monday, a trial regarding anti-Asian discrimination at Harvard was brought to the United States District Court in Boston. The plaintiffs, along with the...

A Closer Look: The summer earnings requirement

A recent op-ed by Konnor Herbst ’20 helped to amplify the conversation around the summer earnings requirement for students receiving financial aid (“On summer...

Trustees hold forum featuring Asian American studies debate

On Saturday, the Board of Trustees held an open forum for students. Alongside issues including the endowment and mentorship, the chief topic of discussion...

OSL hires new assistant director

On Oct. 5, Kris Hoey started as the new Assistant Director for Student Organizations and Club Sports in the Office of Student Life (OSL)....

College undertakes several construction projects

Construction continues apace across the College’s campus. Here’s a brief update on some of the projects you may see: North Science Center Demolition work on the...

Spring Street Blues: From the files of Campus Safety and Security

Monday 10-8-18 2:13 a.m., Dodd House: An officer responded to a noise complaint. Three students were listening to music. They were informed of the noise...

Storyboard halts Storytime as it reevaluates its mission

On Sep. 26, Storyboard, the group behind Storytime, announced the decision to put a temporary hold on Storytime, citing the need to reflect on...

Marijuana dispensary to open in Williamstown

In the coming months, Williamstown’s first marijuana dispensary will open in the Colonial Plaza shopping center. The 238 Main St. location will be the...

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Fulbright language teaching assistants reflect on experiences

As I wandered into Hollander 229, three young women were whispering in Spanish and another was babbling away in French. The whitewashed walls are...

Behind the Uniform: Amy Clemo

Although Amy Clemo has been working the late-night shift in Whitmans’ Dining Hall for the past five years so that she can be at...

Ephs explore alternative careers in tech

Apple, Google, Facebook – some of the most recognizable companies are also prime targets for graduating college students hoping to transition into a career...

One in Two Thousand: Sarah Sutton ’21

I first met Sarah at a crowded party at 71 Hoxsey, where we bonded after escaping through an open window. I caught up with...

Students discuss reasons for pursuing more than four courses a semester

Fi van Wingerden ’20 has taken five or more classes each semester since her freshman spring. Her sophomore fall, she balanced six classes, including...

Six hours in Pittsfield

It’s leaf peeping season! So this past Sunday, my friends and I drove through the multi-colored, bucolic countryside of western Massachusetts to spend six...

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