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Beatrice Moyers

Beatrice Moyers ’25 is a prospective Sociology and Statistics major from Brooklyn, New York. She is a staff writer for the news section. Email: [email protected]

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Students and faculty explore Sterling A. Brown archives

Students and faculty explore Sterling A. Brown archives

May 11, 2022
The College recently acquired the collection of Sterling A. Brown, a notable critic and poet who was Class of 1922. Students and professors have had the ability to engage with his materials in a variety of courses.
For students who stayed on campus over spring break, the two weeks were a time to enjoy Williams without semester stress.

Students reflect on community on campus during spring break

April 13, 2022
An estimated 80 students who stayed on campus over spring break lived in largely empty buildings, ate all of their meals at Driscoll, the only dining hall that was open, and found community.
Professor Bolton and Minneapolis College Professor Emeritus at Fashion, Subculture, and Cosplay discussion. (Photo courtesy of WCMA.)

Professor Bolton and Minneapolis College of Art and Design professor discuss visual culture and cosplay

February 16, 2022
Professor of Comparative and Japanese Literature Christopher Bolton and Professor Emeritus at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design Frenchy Lunning discussed fandom and fashion’s role in culture and identity formation at an event titled Fashion, Subculture, and Cosplay on Feb. 10.
College changes masking policy for some student performances, athletic practices

College changes masking policy for some student performances, athletic practices

December 8, 2021
Masks are no longer universally required for athletes and performers in certain venues. While some students welcomed the change, others have questioned perceived inconsistencies in the policy. 
Student participation in clubs rises

Student participation in clubs rises

November 3, 2021
Student participation in clubs this semester has increased as many groups are reviving in-person activities, a Record survey of Registered Student Organization (RSO) leaders found.
Sixty-six percent of first-year respondents rated the policies overall as “just right,” compared to only 50 percent of sophomores, 45 percent of juniors, and 56 percent of seniors. (Devika Goel/The Williams Record)

Students split over College’s COVID rules, Record survey finds

October 20, 2021
Student opinion on the College’s COVID-19 policies is divided, a Record survey found, with a slim majority of students in support of the College’s overall approach and a plurality disapproving of aspects of the masking and visitor policies.
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