The Williams Record

This Week in Williams History: Frat reforms, library flasher, Forbert concert, Noam Chomsky

This Week in Williams History: Frat reforms, library flasher, Forbert concert, Noam Chomsky

Bellamy Richardson September 22, 2021
“This Week in Williams History” is a column dedicated to looking back at memorable moments in the College’s past through articles in the Record. This week in history, Phi Delta Theta became the last fraternity on campus to end overtly racist and antisemitic fraternity rushing practices, an alleged flasher was chased by police outside Sawyer library, and Noam Chomsky visited the College.
This Week in Williams History: Vietnam, dance marathons, and microcomputers

This Week in Williams History: Vietnam, dance marathons, and microcomputers

Dover Sikes April 14, 2021
“This Week in Williams History” is a column dedicated to looking back at memorable moments in the College’s past through articles in the Record. This week in history, the College dealt with draft deferment, hosted dance marathons, and invested in computer technology.
This Week in Williams History: Malaria drugs, ‘manly toiletries’ and Ralph Nader

This Week in Williams History: Malaria drugs, ‘manly toiletries’ and Ralph Nader

Kiara Royer November 25, 2020

“This Week in Williams History” is a column dedicated to looking back at memorable moments in the College’s past through articles in the Record. This week in history, a Williams alum announced...

This Week in Williams History: President Taft, Pink Floyd, ‘lice condoms’

This Week in Williams History: President Taft, Pink Floyd, ‘lice condoms’

Kiara Royer November 18, 2020

“This Week in Williams History” is a column dedicated to looking back at memorable moments in the College’s past through articles in the Record. This week in history, three guests visited the College:...

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