I remember, when I first found out about Williams College, wondering whether the town was named after the College or the College after the town; I later found out that Ephraim Williams, in a display of extraordinary humility, dictated that both the College and the town be named after him. Truly, neither the chicken nor the egg came first.
It’s amazing to see how easily “reforming College Council” stiffened around a weak process. In the wake of dysfunction, and passionate disfavor, we hastily put together a task force.
Williams College has won the NCAA Div. III Directors’ Cup, awarded to the collegiate institution with the best athletic program in the division, 22 times in the last 24 years.
Please, allow me to muse about being a young adult in the Reagan/Bush years. I can’t believe I have become nostalgic for those years!
Mi primer semestre en Williams: Una auto-reflexión abierta (My first semester at Williams: An open self-reflection)
Suelo pensar en el fin de semana cuando comenzó mi viaje hacia Williams, mi nuevo hogar para los próximos cuatro años. Mi papá, mi mamá, mi hermano mayor y yo madrugamos de buena mañana para hacer el viaje largo.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day when the trans community and its allies pause to mourn those lost to anti-trans violence. Between October 1, 2018, and September 30, 2019, at least 30 trans or gender non-conforming individuals have been killed in the United States, the majority of whom are trans women of color.
In response to the protests against Campus Safety and Security (CSS) last spring, a campus security consulting firm was on campus recently to conduct an external review process of CSS, as described in the article “Outside firm conducts review of CSS” published recently in the Record on Oct. 30.
When you give $500,000 away to student groups each year, being irrelevant and unpopular is an impressive feat. Yet College Council manages exactly that.
It’s time to throw out the debate: Analyzing the role of bias in the Democratic presidential debates
The next Democratic presidential debate is upon us. We enter
the experience with charged emotions and hopes to gain more information about
EMMA EGAN ’20 I don’t pass the vibe check but I administer the vibe checks. MICHAEL GIBSON-PRUGH ’22 I barely passed…