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Iman Shumburo, Executive Editor for Race, Privilege, and Identity

Iman Shumburo ’24 is a prospective political science major from Potomac, Md. She is executive editor for Race, Privilege, and Identity reporting and was formerly section editor for opinions.

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The Cable Mills development plans to add 27 units of affordable housing in its new building, set to open this year. (Gabe Miller/The Williams Record)

Davis Center to undergo expansion, will provide new space for student engagement

March 9, 2022
The Davis Center (DC) — a complex currently comprised of Jenness House, Hardy House, and Rice House in Morley Circle — is set to undergo a $27.5 million expansion beginning this spring break. The DC is a hub for student engagement with identity and multicultural experiences at the College and beyond.
Several students who stored their belongings with Connors Brothers experienced delays or found their belongings damaged. (Nigel Jaffe/The Williams Record)

Students report Connors Brothers storage boxes delayed, damaged

September 29, 2021
Several students reported problems with boxes stored with Connors Brothers Storage for the summer, including evidence of rodents in their belongings and wet and moldy items among their possessions. Other students complained to the Record about significant delays in the return of their boxes.
College embarks on fully in-person semester, but not without hiccups

College embarks on fully in-person semester, but not without hiccups

September 15, 2021
The College welcomed students back this month for the first fully in-person semester since before the pandemic, entering a moment that President Maud S. Mandel called “precious and also precarious” in her Sept. 9 letter to the community.
Eric Pappas ’22 pitches to Adhya Tandon ’23 in the JR Memorial Wiffleball Tournament. (Photo courtesy of Aidan Feurer ’22 and Rebecca Kuo ’22.)

SAAC holds wiffleball tournament in honor of Jackson Ronningen ʼ24

May 19, 2021
On May 7, SAAC hosted the JR Memorial Wiffle Ball Tournament in honor of Jackson Ronningen ’24. Over 115 people attended the event, which raised money for the Positive Coaching Alliance.
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