Because of their unconventional backgrounds, many veterans share a heightened appreciation for their time at the College. PHOTO COURTESY OF WILLIAMS COLLEGE.
Thandiwe and Niambi Sala performed in Goodrich Hall Saturday night. OSHUN’S debut album, bittersweet vol.
During the College Council (CC) elections last week, Papa Smurf received nine write-in votes for the class of 2021 representative – more votes than three of the students actually elected. In response, some students drafted a resolution that CC ultimately passed, outlined a “Blue New Deal” – which did not pass – and dressed up as Papa Smurf for the first CC meeting.
What happens behind closed doors: Calling on faculty and administration to dismantle violent structures
Over and over, I hear it from the professors of color who mentor me. I hear about their mistreatment at the hands of their colleagues.
An overtime goal from forward Avery Dunn ’21 on Saturday secured the women’s first-ever regular season sweep of Middlebury. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Kristi Kirshe ’17, who holds the women’s soccer all-time career scoring record, notched a team-high five tries in six games. Photo courtesy of KLC Fotos.
Centering inclusiveness in the College’s educational mission: A call for renewed attention to issues of minority faculty and staff well-being
With the recent leaves of Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Kai Green ’07 and Assistant Professor of English Kimberly Love, the College’s need to foster an inclusive environment to support faculty and staff from all backgrounds and of all identities has become ever more apparent. This concern has been long-standing; the Faculty-Staff Initiative (FSI) Report in 2009 centered the retention of faculty and staff of color as a pressing issue.
Stephan James and Kiki Layne help bring James Baldwin’s novel to visual life in Barry Jenkins’ screen adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk. (PHOTO COURTESY OF TATUM MANGUS/ANNAPURNA PICTURES)
My first experience with a Barry Jenkins film was two years ago on an airplane.
Gina Coleman ’90 strums her cigar box guitar at the International Blues Challenge final. (PHOTO COURTESY OF ROGER STEPHENSON)
“The last time I was here was for my grandmother’s funeral service,” remarks Gina Coleman ’90, looking up dazedly into the rafters.
Formed in 2009, 600 Highwaymen is the stage name of theatre artists Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone. Their participatory theatre experience, The Fever, will be performed at the ’62 Center this Friday and Saturday.