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The College will loosen its COVID-19 restrictions in accordance with state rules, as well as broaden participation in the Class Read more
Pointing to the low risk of outdoor COVID transmission and the increasing safety of campus, the editorial board calls on Read more
Beginning when she was 12, Sydney Jones ’21 straightened her hair using chemical relaxers. During soccer practice, she noticed that Read more
On Friday afternoon, students across campus began pointing at a smoky, tree-covered ridge north of Williamstown and asking each other: Read more
Dear future language TAs, Do not come to Williams College. We understand that you are eagerly awaiting your departure from Read more
A course’s reputation will often precede it. Previous students post reviews on Factrak, spill the tea to their underclass acquaintances, Read more
The Senior Celebration for the Class of 2021 is less than two weeks away. The College announced in March that Read more
One of the least important changes of the last 14 months is that people here are playing a lot more Read more
In recognition of the graduating seniors in studio art, music, and theatre, the Record has created a brief series of Read more
On May 7, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) held the JR Memorial Wiffleball Tournament in honor of Jackson Ronningen Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic brought much uncertainty about what the 2020-21 academic year would look like, with many students choosing to Read more
Editor’s note: This article contains discussion of sexual assault. Responses from the the College’s 2021 EPH Community Attitudes on Sexual Read more
The summer before my senior year, I picked up National Book Award finalist Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko, a 500-page epic Read more
The Record sent out its biannual approval ratings survey this past week to 500 randomly selected students, who were given Read more
You are now leaving Williamstown William Finn ’ 74 After I graduated from Williams in 1974, I spent the summer Read more
This is my last article for the Record as a student at Williams. There is so much more that I Read more
Despite ongoing pandemic restrictions, Eph sports have gained several achievements this spring season, with men’s tennis and men’s crew claiming Read more
With COVID-19 rates rising in many countries and travel restrictions still in place, international students at the College face a Read more
In the spirit of celebrating the end of a unique COVID-19 year and getting through the final push of the Read more
On Thursday evening, Samir Ahmed ’24, along with a majority of the Muslim Student Union (MSU) and a scattering of Read more
During the tumultuous events of 2020, Jeongyoon Han ’21, Samuel Wolf ’21, and Rebecca Tauber ’21 served as the managing Read more
Coming onto campus in the fall, JP Wong ’24, a first-year on baseball, was nervous about being in a different Read more
For many students, attending talks given by guest speakers is low on their list of priorities, after classes, athletic practices, Read more
After a year of livestreamed and canceled events, some performance groups have been performing outside, filling sunny campus spots like Read more
Although COVID-19 has changed the way that students interact within enclosed, indoor environments at the College, concern for building and Read more
The College partnered with Northern Berkshire Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Berkshire Health Systems, and the Berkshire Vaccine Collaborative to run Read more
What is the most visited page on the College webpage? The unexpected answer, according to Director of Sports Information Dick Read more
For Paula Buxbaum, the owner of the new pop-up shop Bux Vintage on Spring St., vintage is nothing new. At Read more
Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College for our One Read more
Monday 5-3-21   9:20 a.m. Brooks Parking Lot: Officers responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident involving two student Read more