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Current WPD officer admitted in 2011 to misconduct and lying to investigators
Current WPD officer admitted in 2011 to misconduct and lying to investigators
Irene Loewenson July 31, 2021
WPD Officer Craig Eichhammer admitted in 2011 to misconduct involving a civilian and to lying about it during an investigation, and he remained on the force with apparently minimal punishment, according to a document obtained by the Record this week through a public records request.
Students will no longer be required to wear masks while outdoors, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated. (Annie Lu/The Williams Record)
College to loosen COVID restrictions, graduation ceremony guest limits
Annie Lu, Megan Lin, and Ella Marx May 19, 2021
The College will loosen its COVID-19 restrictions in accordance with state rules, as well as broaden participation in the Class of 2021’s graduation ceremony, President Maud S. Mandel announced in an email to the College community on Tuesday. 
Whitney Lincoln ’20 (left), Lindsay Avant ’21 (top right), and Sydney Jones ’21 (bottom right) spoke with the Record about their experiences as Black athletes on women
Navigating ‘white structures and white expectations’: Black athletes discuss race, belonging on women’s soccer
Jacob Posner May 19, 2021
The Record spoke with three Black players on women’s soccer who took significant time off from the team over the last two years, or, in one case, quit the team outright. They all emphasized that their experiences on the team were symptomatic of it being part of a majority-white college, of “having to navigate through white structures and white expectations,” as one player put it.
(Devika Goel/The Williams Record)
In search of the hardest course
Grady Short and Lindsay Wang May 19, 2021
Students are not shy about sharing their experiences with certain courses; they post reviews on Factrak, spill the tea to their underclass acquaintances, and gossip about professors and assignments. The Record set out to determine the hardest course at the College through a survey, Factrak data — and a lot of other things.
Israel–Palestine is complicated
Israel–Palestine is complicated
Jonah Garnick May 20, 2021
Jonah Garnick ’23 challenges four assumptions about the violence in Israel and Palestine, and invites liberal Americans to view the situation in a more nuanced way.
(Photo courtesy of John Murphy.)
Artists of the Class of 2021
Cameron Pugh May 19, 2021
In recognition of the graduating seniors in studio art, music, and theatre, the Record created a brief series of artist features. The artists offered their thoughts on their senior projects, recitals, or theses, and their experiences as artists at the College.