“March for the Damned” honors on-leave professors Love, Green

Marchers raised their fists in solidarity at the end of the “March for the Damned” last Thursday, circling Isaiah Blake ’21 in Baxter Hall. SABRINE BRISMEUR/PHOTO EDITOR

More than 200 students and faculty congregated last Thursday in Hollander Hall to participate in the “March for the Damned,” a rally in solidarity with Black and Brown faculty and staff at the College.

‘Noises Off’ impresses with farcical flare

This past weekend, Cap & Bells put on a production of Noises Off – a famous comedy of errors. Students and community members alike were treated to a three-hour witty, slapstick comedy at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance. 

The premise of the show is simple, albeit quite meta: A travelling theatre company is attempting to put on a comedy that focuses on the farcical interactions between numerous people who have all illicitly entered a house they each believe to be empty.

Instagram account brings new perspective to same view

Rebecca Van Pamel ’19 has posted a photo taken from the same spot near Paresky each day since October. Sophia Shin/Photo Editor

Standing on the steps outside Paresky, we all see the same view: a white church framed against the picturesque Berkshire mountains and Williamstown sky.

WAFFLES spurs spontaneity on campus

If you’ve taken an evening stroll past Paresky recently, you may recall experiencing a moment of déjà vu upon hearing a few lines of Harry Potter blasted through a speaker on the front steps. These events, and many more like them, were the brainchild of Williams Anarchists for Fun and Lighthearted Entertaining Surprises (WAFFLES), a new student organization on campus.

Recording Recipes: Chicken Alfredo

Chicken alfredo is a delicious and creamy pasta, perfect for a wholesome and scrumptious dinner. We cooked some for our entry to celebrate a birthday, and as one of our entrymates put it, she would “definitely recommend.” Get ready to enjoy a great meal!