In addition to our main editorial this week, the Record’s editorial board wishes to recognize the College’s Board of Trustees for allowing students to replace any one summer earnings contribution with additional grant aid. This change, we believe, is a meaningful step towards more equitably allowing all students to pursue a fuller range of summer opportunities, and we commend the board for it.
On Nov. 16, the Department of Education released its proposed changes to existing Title IX regulations.
President Maud Mandel enjoys living with her husband, daughter and two cats in the recently renovated President’s House. Aniah Price/Photo Editor
When President Maud Mandel and her family moved into the President’s House on July 1, Williamstown was going through a heat wave, with temperatures climbing into the mid-90s.
Artist Rafa Esparza adds detail to one of the portraits exhibited in staring at the sun. Esparza works with adobe instead of canvas.
Kyle Scadlock ’19 returned from a torn ACL to score 26 points in a Nov. 17 game against Salem State, his first contest in 11 months.
The track and field teams, unable to access the Towne Field House, currently practice in Lansing Chapman Rink. Sabrine Brismeur/Photo Editor.
Christopher Sewell ’05 will coordinate the First Year Experience. Photo courtesy of Williams College.
When my parents came to this country 19 years ago, carrying me in a baby carriage and my older sister in a stroller, one of their first tasks was to write down our names in English for the first time. From what they tell me, they briefly considered giving my sister and me “American” names, like Michael and Katie or Brian and Megan, but for one reason or another they ultimately decided on translating our given Korean names phonetically.
Sonya Jampel ’19 is the captain of women’s Nordic skiing. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Jeff Lifson ’86 celebrates with his wife and son after his horse won the 2017 Kentucky Derby. Photo courtesy of Jeff Lifson.