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Ninety-six percent of students living on campus have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a Record survey Read more
  Next Tuesday, when Williamstown’s voters go to the polls for the first contested Select Board elections since 2016, the Read more
In his role as Professor John Keating in Dead Poets Society, Robin Williams leads his class to a display case Read more
Author’s note: This op-ed contains mention of ableism, eugenics (particularly in the form of forced sterilization), and rape. At the Read more
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announced on April 27 an order to lift the state’s mandate requiring masks outdoors at all Read more
Encountering a piece of art previously only seen in a low-quality course packet is one thing; that piece of art Read more
Victoria Garrick, a former Div. I volleyball player at the University of Southern California (USC) and current mental health advocate, Read more
After winning the second and final match of the 2021 NESCAC women’s golf championship last weekend, the Ephs extended their Read more
Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College for our One Read more
It was not a typical spring for softball — or any spring sports team for that matter — but the Read more
Goodrich, the popular student-run coffee bar, has reopened for takeout orders during the first three weekends of May after being Read more
As a climate scientist, I find fossil fuel divestment to be critical low-hanging fruit, even if its effects are largely Read more
The owners of the now-closed Sweet Brook Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Williamstown reached a settlement last month of $110,000 Read more
“It is our duty to fight for our freedom, our duty to win and support each other and we have Read more
As we turn the corner from April into May here at Williams, we move into the home stretch toward the Read more
To say that the pandemic has been devastating for the world of music and performing arts is an understatement. Such Read more
After over a year of foregoing theatrical releases for home viewing, I was not caught up on the movies nominated Read more
It was a rainy day on the Ephs’ home water, Onota Lake, but despite the harsh weather, women’s crew qualified Read more
Monday 4-19-21           1:19 p.m. Morgan Hall: A student called Campus Safety and Security (CSS) to report an odor of incense. Read more