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Benjamin Alexander

Benjamin Alexander ’25 is a prospective economics and political science major from Tucson, Ariz. He is a staff writer for the news section.

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The Williams Club in New York City has moved to the Penn Club, which is located at 30 W 44 St., New York, N.Y. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.)

Williams Club in New York moves to Penn Club building

Benjamin Alexander October 19, 2022
The Williams Club in New York City — a private alumni club that offers networking and educational programming to its members — moved to the Penn Club building in March 2022 after 12 years of being housed at the Princeton Club. The move was prompted by the Princeton Club’s financial difficulties, which led to the permanent closure of the Princeton Club in October 2021.
For the 2022-2023 school year, Wood House  will be home to the Gail Peek TAPSI House, an affinity house for Black students. (Samuel Riley/The Williams Record)

Black, international, interfaith, sustainable TAPSI houses to be implemented next year

Tali Natter and Benjamin Alexander February 16, 2022
The Office of Residential Life and Housing approved four Theme/Affinity/Program/Special Interest (TAPSI) houses for the 2022-2023 academic year. Gail Peek House — an affinity house for Black students — will be located in Wood House, The International House will be located in Perry House, Williams Interfaith Dialogue will be located in Spencer House, and the Sustainable Living Community (SLC) will be on the second floor of Garfield House, Senior Associate Dean of Campus Life Doug Schiazza wrote in a Feb. 14 all-campus email.
College awards tenure to eight faculty members

College awards tenure to eight faculty members

Gabe Miller and Benjamin Alexander February 9, 2022
The Board of Trustees approved the promotion of eight assistant professors to associate professorships with tenure at its Jan. 21 meeting: Matthew Chao, economics; José Constantine, geosciences; Christophe Koné, German; Joel Lee, anthropology; Ralph Morrison ’10, mathematics; Justin Shaddock, philosophy; Daniel Turek, statistics; and Aaron Williams, computer science. These appointments will take effect on July 1.
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