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Devika Goel, Executive Editor for Visuals

Devika Goel ’24 is a psychology and women's, gender and sexuality studies major from Delhi, India. She is the executive editor for visuals. She previously served as the graphics editor. Email: [email protected]

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Aregenis Herrera ’22 gives an opening talk at the Wellbeing Forum. 
(Photo courtesy of Rachel Morrow.)

WSU hosts Wellbeing Forum

April 13, 2022
At the opening of the Wellbeing Forum, held on March 17 in Paresky by the Williams Student Union (WSU), members of the WSU highlighted that while IWS issued a quick and appreciable response to an increased demand for student mental health services, students’ well-being could not be addressed entirely by a medical approach.
(Photo courtesy of Noah Sandstrom.)

Faculty dogs on campus

November 10, 2021
This week, the Record spoke with faculty members who bring their dogs to campus for class or office hours to learn more about their furry friends.
College to hire full-time Muslim chaplain

College to hire full-time Muslim chaplain

MSU town hall brings students, alums together in search for chaplain
October 6, 2021
The Muslim Students Union (MSU) organized a town hall on Saturday, bringing students, alums, and staff members together to discuss how the College community benefits from having a Muslim chaplain.
(Devika Goel/The Williams Record)

Mountain Day by the numbers

October 6, 2021
Last Friday, the College rang in October by celebrating Mountain Day. The Williams Outing Club provided statistics on what went down during the festivities.
The Peer Academic Support Network (PASN).
This change comes as part of the recent move of PASN and the Writing Center from the Paresky Center’s second floor to the fourth floor of Sawyer Library.

Peer Academic Support Network, Writing Center move to Sawyer

September 29, 2021
The Peer Academic Support Network and the Writing Center have moved from the Paresky Center’s second floor to the fourth floor of Sawyer Library.
Muslim Chaplain Imam Sharif Rosen leaves behind his place in the chaplains’ office as his colleagues begin the search to fill his position. (Irene Loewenson/The William Record)

Imam Rosen departs; College prepares to search for a new Muslim chaplain

September 22, 2021
Muslim Chaplain Imam Sharif Rosen left the College to accept a new position at Vassar in early September. Following his departure from the College, the chaplains’ office has begun planning for the search for a new Muslim chaplain.
Intent to enroll: How six students are making their decision for the spring

Intent to enroll: How six students are making their decision for the spring

November 25, 2020

As an unparalleled fall semester concludes, the Dec. 1 deadline for students to decide their enrollment status for the spring semester draws closer. In anticipation of the deadline, the Record interviewed...

Students face screen apnea from virtual classes

Students face screen apnea from virtual classes

November 4, 2020

Devika Goel/The Williams Record Check in with your breath right now. Are you breathing deeply, fully? Or are you breathing shallowly, perhaps even holding your breath? The latter might point...

Studying remotely can be hard. From another time zone, it’s even harder.

Studying remotely can be hard. From another time zone, it’s even harder.

October 21, 2020

Lea Obermüller ’24 (right) is enrolled remotely from Munich, Germany — six hours ahead of EDT. “Engagement with the community is a bit difficult because most of the activities happen during my...

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