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Rioters stormed the Capitol Building on Jan. 6, ultimately resulting in five deaths. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.)
Insurrection, impeachment and a reckoning: Alums on Capitol Hill reflect on recent events
Kitt Urdang and Annie Lu January 18, 2021
On Jan. 6, Rep. Andy Levin ’83 (D-MI) was in his Washington office at the Cannon House Office Building — preparing to speak against Republicans’ attempt to overturn Michigan’s presidential election results — when he heard a knock at the door. A Capitol Police officer stepped in and told everyone to evacuate. For Levin and his fellow lawmakers on Capitol Hill, the remainder of that day passed by in a state of chaos, confusion and, for some, danger.
This semester in Williams history
This semester in Williams history
Bellamy Richardson and Jacob Posner December 9, 2020
For the sake of posterity, and to provide a chance to reflect, the Record put together a recap of its coverage during this unusual semester.
One in Two Thousand: Ryan Savarie ’23
Kitt Urdang, Executive Editor for Editorials • December 9, 2020
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As a difficult semester winds down, advice for the College on student mental health
As a difficult semester winds down, advice for the College on student mental health
Editorial Board December 9, 2020
As we reflect on all of the ways that the semester was successful and express gratitude to those who made it so, we also want to point to one area in which the College can do better.
Student musicians and a cappella groups record and release albums
Student musicians and a cappella groups record and release albums
Tali Natter, Executive Editor for Arts • December 9, 2020
Four recently released albums recorded and edited by students at the College.
The Artist Otherwise Known As: Joel Nicholas ’23
Bellamy Richardson, Executive Editor for Features • December 9, 2020