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The Williams community needs JAs

The Williams community needs JAs

Pauli Voelkel April 10, 2024
In an op-ed, Pauli Voelkel ’27 argues for more community support for JAs.
Open dialogue is important. The College should commit to protecting it.

Open dialogue is important. The College should commit to protecting it.

Jonathan Breibart April 10, 2024
In an op-ed, Jonathan Breibart ’24 argues for a change in campus discourse.
It’s a bad idea to eliminate letter grades for first-semester students

It’s a bad idea to eliminate letter grades for first-semester students

Luana Maroja April 10, 2024
In an op-ed, Luana Maroja argues against a change in in first-year grading policy.
Chaplains’ Corner: Celebrating joy in paradox with grief

Chaplains’ Corner: Celebrating joy in paradox with grief

Sidra Mahmood April 10, 2024
In this week's Chaplain's Corner, Sidra Mahmood, The College's Muslim chaplain, reflects on Eid as an opportunity to partake in joy despite global suffering.
We demand action on equity and divestment

We demand action on equity and divestment

In an op-ed, Jews for Justice and Students for Justice in Palestine detail a set of demands for the College pertaining to equity and divestment. A simple majority of Minority Coalition groups voted in favor of signing the demands at the MinCo Leadership Retreat on Sunday.
Chaplains’ Corner: Finding hope amidst despair in Ramadan

Chaplains’ Corner: Finding hope amidst despair in Ramadan

Sidra Mahmood March 13, 2024
In this week's Chaplain's Corner, Sidra Mahmood, The College's Muslim chaplain, urges students to take Ramadan as an opportunity to empathize with those who are facing hardship in while finding hope in community.
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Dear Ephelia: Record advice column

Ephelia Ephelia March 13, 2024
This week, Ephelia tackles long-distance friendships and whether Spring Break is meant for catching up on work.
The Record Horoscope: March 13, 2024

The Record Horoscope: March 13, 2024

Quinn Casey and Safiyah Anwar-Chuku March 13, 2024
This week's Spring Break edition of the horoscope is here to remind you that no one cares about your Instagram photo dump and advises against arguing politics with your grandparents.
Reflections from a 2022-23 WEPO student

Reflections from a 2022-23 WEPO student

Audrey Lipsey March 6, 2024
In an op-ed, Audrey Lipsey reflects on her WEPO experience and presents a case for the unique program.
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Dear Ephelia: Record advice column

Ephelia Ephelia March 6, 2024
This week, Ephelia tackles Spring Break FOMO, the Classroom 10 phenomenon, and the limits of tipping culture.
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How the College’s Motorcoach can work for more students

Max Billick March 6, 2024
In an op-ed, Max Billick '26 offers some to solutions to make the Motorcoach work for students who come from farther afield.
Chaplain’s Corner: Why the Spring Critical Issues Series?

Chaplain’s Corner: Why the Spring Critical Issues Series?

Rev. Valerie Bailey Fischer March 6, 2024
In this week's Chaplain's Corner, Rev. Valerie Bailey Fischer argues that these divisive and difficult times are precisely when engage in contentious conversations are most important.
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