After recent discussion regarding the creation of two Williams Outdoor Orientation for Living as First Years (WOOLF) affinity trips, no such trips were established due to limited interest from WOOLF leaders. These trips would have offered a version of the popular backpacking orientation trips for students of color, and another for students who identify as LGBTQIA+.
The Equity Drafting Table in Baxter encouraged community members to share their perspectives on equity. ANIAH PRICE/PHOTO EDITOR
If you set foot in Paresky last week, you probably noticed several bulletin boards covered in colored note cards all over Baxter Hall.
This year’s on-campus housing selection process will be divided into three separate lotteries: a rising seniors lottery, a doubles lottery and a general lottery, Office of Student Life (OSL) Director Douglas Schiazza announced in a Jan. 4 campus-wide email.
This past Friday night was dark and dreary outside, but the inside of Paresky Auditorium was warm with non-stop laughter. Stand-up comedians Akaash Singh and Danish Maqbool graced campus for a couple of hours to perform a stand-up comedy show filled with jokes, jabs and hot takes.
On Friday night, Tendai Muparutsa held his faculty recital as a part of the ongoing series of performances by the Williams College Department of Music. Muparutsa is an artist-in-residence at the College, specializing in African music performance and ethnomusicology.
Last weekend, the College theatre department presented the Studio ’62 showcase Trains, Boats, Birth & Death. Formerly known as the Williams College Theater Lab, Studio ’62 is a seven-week long theatre training summer program for students.
Support the Girls, directed by Andrew Bujalski, is a comedy about what happens when everything goes wrong. The main character, Lisa Conroy (Regina Hall), is the general manager of the highway-side sports bar Double Whammies.