Letter to the Editor

April 2, 2019 

From what I have read in The Record, it is clear that two participants in Williams’ Performative Ethics lecture series, Shadi Ghaheri and Catherine Rodriguez, are in need of a lecturing in ethics, themselves. Gharheri directed and Rodriguez served as dramatist for Williams’ recent production of Stephen Adly Guirgis’ “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” in which they and the student cast made significant changes to the text.

Letter to the editor: On the cancellation of ‘Beast Thing’

On the cancellation of the play Beast Thing
To the Editor:
Over the past couple of decades, I’ve witnessed unfortunate declines in the quality of theater at the College, but it has reached a new low. When I started reading the Record’s reportage of the canceled production of Beast Thing (“Theatre department cancels Beast Thing,” Nov.

Letter to the editor

On the comment by E.J. Johnson ’59 on the “ironic columns” of the Williams College Museum of Art (“Ironic columns stem from architectural innovations and quirks,” Sept. 26, 2018)
To the Editor:
Having always enjoyed the humor in these structures, I don’t think, as [E.