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Past, present, and future of Roe v. Wade at the College

Past, present, and future of Roe v. Wade at the College

Berkshire Doula Project September 28, 2022
In an op-ed, the Berkshire Doula Project discusses reproductive justice at the College after Roe v. Wade.
The College’s responsibility to the Class of 2024

The College’s responsibility to the Class of 2024

Jackson Small September 28, 2022
In an op-ed, Jackson Small ’24 argues that the College needs to take responsibility for the mental health and social impacts of COVID on the Class of 2024.
The new Ephelia. Photo courtesy of identity.williams.edu.

Dear Ephelia: Advice from Record Staff

Ephelia Ephelia September 28, 2022
In this week's issue, Ephelia critiques dental hygiene, ranks campus bathrooms, and debates whether Snapchat is obsolete.
How the left is contributing to the housing crisis, Healey’s plan to save it

How the left is contributing to the housing crisis, Healey’s plan to save it

Oscar Nobel September 28, 2022
In the first issue of his “Politics off the beaten path” column, Oscar Nobel ’25 discusses Maura Healey’s potential governorship and the Massachusetts housing crisis.
Editorial: The College should provide more testing options, require updated booster shot

Editorial: The College should provide more testing options, require updated booster shot

Editorial Board September 21, 2022
The Record editorial board argues for expanded COVID policies at the College.
The College is failing to protect us from COVID. Here is how.

The College is failing to protect us from COVID. Here is how.

SJ Brusini, Dylan Chan, and Stephanie Teng September 21, 2022
In an op-ed, SJ Brusini ’23, Dylan Chan ’23, and Stephanie Teng ’23 argue for the College to implement more comprehensive COVID policies to better support students on campus.
Chaplains Corner: Trust in the slow work of God

Chaplain’s Corner: Trust in the slow work of God

Bridget Power September 21, 2022
Bridget Power, the College's Catholic chaplain, discusses the importance of faith as we enter the academic year.
Letter from the editor: In service to the Williams community

Letter from the editor: In service to the Williams community

Annie Lu September 21, 2022
In a letter to the Williams community, Editor in Chief Annie Lu ’23 reaffirms the Record's commitment to fair, inclusive, and incisive reporting.
The new Ephelia. Photo courtesy of identity.williams.edu.

Dear Ephelia: Welcome back to Williams!

Ephelia Ephelia September 21, 2022
In this week's column of "Dear Ephelia," Ephelia tackles dating, cutting lines, dorm living, and the academic scene at Williams.
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.
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