On or prior to Sunday afternoon, some unknown person or persons defaced the Haystack Monument and the surrounding grass area outside Mission Park. At 12:36 p.m. on Sunday, three Campus Safety and Security (CSS) officers responded to a report of the defacement from four visitors to campus, who stated that they were members of the clergy.
The ironic columns were part of an expansion project from 1983 to 1986 and bring a creative twist to a hallmark trait for many modern buildings. Sophia Shin/Photo Editor
During his 25-year career at the College, Professor of Art History Michael Lewis has watched hundreds, if not thousands, of tour groups pause in the courtyard below his office window on the south side of the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA).
A momentum-changing special teams play, a record-tying four rushing touchdowns from quarterback Bobby Maimaron ’21 and a career-best performance from running back TJ Dozier ’21 sparked football’s (2-0, 2-0 in the NESCAC) 36-14 win over Colby in its home opener. The game’s only turnover came on a play in which Colby punt returner Alex Sands fumbled the punt, which was then recovered by defensive back Christian Dumons ’19.
I haven’t taken my headphones off in days. By some divine coincidence, two of my favorite female rappers released their sophomore albums within four days of each other; Chicago based rapper Noname’s much-awaited album Room 25 dropped on Sept.
Last weekend, men’s golf won the Williams Fall Invitational with a total of 588, beating 20 universities. On a windy Saturday at the Taconic Golf Club, the Ephs turned in a strong first round performance to take a seven-shot lead at their home event.
Team: Women’s cross country
Hometown: Manchester, N.H.
Residence: Lambert House
Snack bar order: Skyr
What is your background in sports? I started running cross country in fifth grade.
On Sept. 7, the student body was sent an email containing an “unofficial resource guide” to life on campus.
This weekend, women’s field hockey (4-1, 3-1 in the NESCAC) fell to Amherst in a close game of 4-3 and beat Bates 4-2. On Sunday, the Ephs pushed past the Bobcats with two second half goals by Isabel Perry ’20 and Emma Ticknor ’20.
Men’s soccer (3-1-1, 2-1-1 in the NESCAC) dropped a match to Bates 2-0 but edged Amherst 2-1 with a last-minute penalty kick save by goalkeeper Aaron Schein ’19. On Sunday, the Ephs started out aggressively against the Bobcats, creating multiple chances in the first half.
Women’s soccer (5-0-1, 3-0-1 in the NESCAC) played two conference matches over the weekend, beating Bates 3-0 and tying Amherst in double overtime. On Sunday at Bates, Georgia Lord ’21 scored the game-winner at 3:55 after a failed clearance by the Bobcats, leaving the ball perfectly placed at the edge of the penalty box.