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The case was heard by the Northern Berkshire District Court. (Ella Marx/The Williams Record)
Former student suspended, admits to photographing others in dorm bathroom
Ella Marx December 6, 2023
The College has suspended a former student for sexual misconduct after he admitted in Northern Berkshire District Court to two misdemeanor counts of photographing an unsuspecting person nude.
Fall approval ratings survey shows decreased approval of the Record, the College, Mandel
Kent Barbir December 6, 2023
Last week, the Record sent its biannual approval ratings survey to 500 randomly selected students, who indicated their approval, disapproval, or neutrality toward various campus institutions and policies.
‘Free Food Alerts’ chat redistributes leftovers, hosts vibrant campus discourse for nearly a decade
Luke Chinman December 6, 2023
Over the last decade, through various iterations and across multiple platforms, the Free Food Alerts group chat has become just that: a place for students at the College to, yes, shout out free food, but also to voice musings on life in general.
An open letter to the College: We demand action on faculty of color retention
The Gargoyle Society December 6, 2023
In an open letter, the Gargoyle Society considers the College's inability to employ and retain faculty of color.
Students discuss consumerism, sensationalization, violence in The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
Kathryn Cloonan and Tatiana Geroulanou December 6, 2023
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, originally a novel written by Suzanne Collins, is the newest edition to the Hunger Games cinematic universe. The prequel follows a young Coriolanus Snow (Tom Blyth) — the future dictator of the fictional nation Panem — as he mentors District 12 tribute Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler) in the 10th annual Hunger Games.
Part of the issue, the committee’s co-chair explained, is that AI tools like ChatGPT can be employed for many different parts of the writing process, and unspecific policies on syllabi makes it difficult to determine if a student has violated any rules. (Max Billick/The Williams Record)
Honor and Discipline Committee, College contend with rising AI cases
Luke Chinman December 6, 2023
Since the release of ChatGPT in November 2022, the Honor and Discipline Committee has seen an uptick in cases involving artificial intelligence (AI) usage.
The wins against Connecticut College mark women’s ice hockey’s first NESCAC sweep since winning in December 2021 against Hamilton. (Photo courtesy of Sports Information.)
Women’s ice hockey sweeps doubleheader against Connecticut College, improving win streak to three
Izzy Polanco December 6, 2023
Women’s ice hockey (3- 1-0, 3-1-0 NESCAC) swept last weekend’s doubleheader against the Connecticut College Camels (2-3-1, 1-3-0 NESCAC). With the victories, the Ephs stand at second in the NESCAC and No. 20 nationally among NCAA Div. III teams.
Jessy Park, who has worked in the College’s mailroom for 43 years, is retiring at the end of December. (Photo courtesy of Paul Park.)
Jessy Park, namesake of College’s mailroom, retires after 43 years
Lindsay Wang December 6, 2023
The Park family’s long legacy of employment at the College is now coming to a close as Jessy Park prepares for the end of 43 years as a mail clerk in the mailroom that was named after her in 2007.
Professors reflect on long-haul commutes
Haley Zimmerman, Features Editor • December 6, 2023
The new Ephelia. Photo courtesy of
Dear Ephelia: The Record Advice Column
Ephelia Ephelia December 6, 2023
This edition of Dear Ephelia handles a breakup, GPA cutoffs, and flirty texting.
Emmy-nominated writer and executive producer Michael Sardo 81 returns to campus to teach Writing for Television.
ENGL 291: Writing for Television with Michael Sardo
Tatiana Geroulanou and Lily Cowles December 6, 2023
Emmy-nominated writer and executive producer Michael Sardo '81 returns to campus to teach Writing for Television.

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