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Hannah Marx, College News Editor

Hannah Marx ’27 is a prospective history and Arabic studies major from New York, N.Y. She is a college news editor for the news section. Previously, she served as a staff writer for the news section.

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Photo courtesy of Theresa Sawyer.

College unveils $4.7 million permanent boathouse for crew program

Hannah Marx April 10, 2024
Men’s and women’s crew moved into their newly constructed boathouse, located on the Lake Onota waterfront, on March 28. The new boathouse has twice the boat storage of the previous boathouse and features a team room equipped with a television, a room to gather in before and after practice, heated spaces for boat storage, and bathrooms with showers.
Photo courtesy of Zack Sheppard.

Community remembers Professor Stephen Sheppard

Hannah Marx March 13, 2024
Professor of Economics Stephen Sheppard died on March 2 at the age of 69. He taught at the College from 2000 until the 2023 fall semester. Students and faculty remember Sheppard as a deeply curious and passionate man and an integral part of both the economics department and the larger College community.
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Actresses Laura Linney, Jessica Hecht discuss arts careers, education at student film screening

Hannah Marx and Emily Zas February 21, 2024
On Sunday, Feb. 18, actresses Laura Linney and Jessica Hecht spoke to a packed Paresky Auditorium about their careers, the importance of the arts to a liberal arts education, and the changing landscape of creative fields. The event culminated Hecht’s Winter Study filmmaking course, featuring a screening of six student-produced short films
Keli Gail to retire as Secretary of the College in July

Keli Gail to retire as Secretary of the College in July

Hannah Marx February 14, 2024
After 30 years at the College, Assistant to the President and Secretary of the College Keli Gail will retire this July, President Maud S. Mandel announced in an all-campus email on Feb. 6. A search committee, led by Mandel, will hire Gail’s successor. 
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New tea and boba café to open as Spring Street businesses shuffle

Elizabeth Cheng and Hannah Marx January 24, 2024
Following the long-awaited opening of Crust pizzeria, Spring Street will see a shuffle of its businesses. A new café, Tea and Boba Lounge, will open at 76 Spring St. on Feb. 2. The A Better Community Clothing Sale (ABC), the previous occupant of the space, moved to 30 Spring St.
Smoothie Spot to close on Oct. 29

Smoothie Spot to close on Oct. 29

Hannah Marx October 25, 2023

The Smoothie Spot, a Spring Street establishment that sells smoothies, smoothie bowls, and toasts, will close on Oct. 29. The café is part of Nature’s Closet, an outdoor specialty retailer, and has...

The College adopted more electric vehicles after working with Alhambra.

College partners with student-run consulting group to electrify vehicle fleet

Hannah Marx and Becky Walker October 4, 2023
The College will transition its rideshare fleet to electric vehicles in partnership with the student-run Alhambra Consulting Group.
Joey Fox/The Williams Record

WSU announces fall election results, voter turnout decreases

Inés Garcia and Hannah Marx September 27, 2023
Students elected 11 candidates to the Williams Student Union (WSU) this semester, seven of which are returning representatives. Only the Class of 2027 had enough candidates for a contested election, and only two students from the Class of 2025 ran, leaving one of the governing body’s 12 spots unfilled. 
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