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Editorial: A call for transparency and planning in the housing process

Editorial: A call for transparency and planning in the housing process

Editorial Board May 11, 2022
The Record editorial board argues for more transparency in housing decisions and the campus planning project.
Our dorms have the structural integrity of a Nature Valley granola bar

Our dorms have the structural integrity of a Nature Valley granola bar

Huijun Huang May 11, 2022
In an op-ed, Huijun Huang ’22 argues for better housing for students on campus.
Chaplains’ Corner: Appreciating and rewarding yourself

Chaplains’ Corner: Appreciating and rewarding yourself

Aseel Abulhab May 11, 2022
In this week's installment of Chaplains' Corner, Aseel Abulhab ’15, the College's Interim Muslim Program Coordinator, discusses the importance of self-care and celebrating your accomplishments, no matter how small.
To pursue climate justice, the College must reinvest in community

To pursue climate justice, the College must reinvest in community

Coco Rhum May 11, 2022
In an op-ed, Coco Rhum ’24 argues for the College to participate in a comprehensive community reinvestment plan.
Why criticizing Christianity is different than criticizing other religions

Why criticizing Christianity is different than criticizing other religions

Alice-Henry Carnell May 11, 2022
In an op-ed, Alice-Henry Carnell ’22.5 discusses the importance of examining the histories and powers associated with religion in the context of recent campus events.
Editorial: Expanding Dining Services next year will benefit students and Dining staff

Editorial: Expanding Dining Services next year will benefit students and Dining staff

Editorial Board May 4, 2022
The Record editorial board argues for reforms to dining at the College for fall 2022.
Long COVID and ME/CFS: Validate others’ stories

Long COVID and ME/CFS: Validate others’ stories

Curtis Liu May 4, 2022
In an op-ed, Curtis Liu ’23 discusses the importance of validating the stories of others through the lens of his sister’s experiences with ME/CFS.
A call for transparency and student involvement in the College’s endowment

A call for transparency and student involvement in the College’s endowment

Chris Gontarek May 4, 2022
In an op-ed, Chris Gontarek '25 argues for more transparency in the College's investments.
We are the problem: How Williams students can take more responsibility for American polarization

We are the problem: How Williams students can take more responsibility for American polarization

Owen Foster May 4, 2022
In an op-ed, Owen Foster ’22 discusses how motivation priming can be a useful tool for students at the College to think critically about the media they consume.
An alum’s reflections: How Williams shaped my advocacy work

An alum’s reflections: How Williams shaped my advocacy work

Aliza Shatzman May 4, 2022
In an op-ed, Aliza Shatzman '13 reflects on her advocacy work and her supportive experiences with the Williams alum network.
Dear Ephelia: Advice from Record staff

Dear Ephelia: Advice from Record staff

Ephelia Ephelia May 4, 2022
This week, Dear Ephelia covers contact-tracing from hookups, romance struggles, college flooring, and whether Kris Jenner has a place in tutorial essays.
Inequitable parking fines are unfair and unnecessary

Inequitable parking fines are unfair and unnecessary

Aliya Klein April 27, 2022
In an op-ed, Aliya Klein ’22 discusses the inequities and ironies of the Williams parking fine system.
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