It is again the time of year when seniors are normally preparing to receive their diplomas from the College, with their family and friends crowded on Paresky Lawn to cheer for them. The coronavirus pandemic, however, has forced schools across the country to dramatically alter their graduation ceremonies, drastically altering seniors’ plans.
Seniors have begun to add personal touches, including potted plants, to their study carrels in Sawyer. (Nicky Wu/The Williams Record)
A couple of months ago, I was having lunch with a College alum who graduated in the ’80s.
Since 1955, the Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF) has brought classic plays with an innovative twist to the Berkshires every summer. WTF was created in 1954 when Ralph Renzi ’49, the College’s news director, and David C. Bryant, chairman of the College’s drama program, teamed up to turn the Adams Memorial Theater into a summer residence for a theatre company.
SOFIE JONES/SPORTS EDITOR
Sofie and Justin are entrymates in Willy AB, but they truly bonded when they got attacked by wasps during their WOOLF trip. Kenia and Justin met when they were paired as tutorial partners in PSCI 291T: “American Political Events” this spring.
#MeToo movement founder speaks on issues of sexual violence, race
Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, spoke to the student body in the evening keynote for Claiming Williams Day on Thursday in Chapin Hall. Burke was interviewed by Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Faculty Affiliate in Religion Rhon Manigault-Bryant.