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Irene Loewenson, Managing Editor

Irene Loewenson ’22 is a history major from New York, N.Y. She is a managing editor. She previously served as a staff writer, section editor, and then executive editor for the features section.

Email: [email protected]

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A search for the soul of Spikeball: Why the game is such a hit on campus

A search for the soul of Spikeball: Why the game is such a hit on campus

May 19, 2021
It seems like every time the sun rears its head, students are out on the quads in groups of four, leaping and diving around yellow and black trampoline-esque nets.
(Kevin Yang/The Williams Record)

Three in Two Thousand: Jeongyoon Han ’21, Rebecca Tauber ’21, and Samuel Wolf ’21

May 19, 2021
For our last regular issue of the spring semester, current Editor-in-Chief Kevin Yang ’22 and current Managing Editor Irene Loewenson ’22 sat down with them to discuss the experience of leading the Record through a most unconventional year.
College to require students to get vaccinated before fall semester

College to require students to get vaccinated before fall semester

April 23, 2021
The College will mandate that students get vaccinated for COVID-19 by Aug. 1 unless they receive a medical or religious exemption.
Campus will not be vaccination site; College to provide shuttles instead

Campus will not be vaccination site; College to provide shuttles instead

April 9, 2021
The College will not become a COVID-19 vaccination site. Instead, the College will provide shuttles to vaccination sites in North Adams and Pittsfield for all students, as well as for any faculty or staff without personal transportation.
(Lulu Whitmore/The Williams Record)

How frats persisted for decades after they were banned

April 7, 2021
The Record has traced several threads of post-1970 fraternity activity, from the relocation of fraternities to Vermont, to the emergence of a fraternity-like club in the 1980s, to the existence of a secret fraternity through perhaps the present day.
At least two of the three students who received positive test results today were at a Saturday-night gathering at Gladden that has already been linked to two other cases. (Kevin Yang/The Williams Record)

Three more students test positive; at least two were at Gladden gathering

March 25, 2021
Two additional students who attended the Gladden gathering on Saturday have tested positive for COVID-19, the College confirmed to the Record today. A third student has also tested positive, but it is unknown whether they were at the Gladden gathering.
(Irene Loewenson/The Williams Record)

One in Two Thousand: Grace Goodall ’22

March 17, 2021
This week, the computer (using a script in R) chose Grace Goodall ’22, who talked about late-night broken windows, large-scale baking, and analyzing the psychology of fictional characters.
March 8 Select Board meeting: Patton announces second recent WPD complaint; board hires search firm for town manager

March 8 Select Board meeting: Patton announces second recent WPD complaint; board hires search firm for town manager

Also: Thomas suggests Select Board stipend, gets tepid response
March 14, 2021
At the March 8 meeting, Patton announced that two recent employee complaints have been “brought up” in the WPD. Also, the board chose a firm to conduct the town manager search and discussed compensating future board members.
An indoor party at Wood House was attended by an estimated 80 to 100 people, Mandel said. (Samuel Riley/The Williams Record)

Students hold massive indoor party; College to delay planned loosening of restrictions

Students found to have been involved will be told to leave campus
February 27, 2021
An indoor party was held on Friday night at Wood House with between 80 and 100 attendees, President Mandel announced in an email on Saturday. As a result, students will not be allowed to socialize indoors with non-podmates until March 15 at the earliest, two weeks later than planned.
Ephraim Williams, the benefactor of the College, enslaved at least five people — Prince, J. Romanoo, Moni, London, and Cloe — and left his “Negro servants” to his brothers in his will. (Photo courtesy of Williams College Archives and Special Collections.)

Ephraim Williams was an enslaver. What will the College do about it?

February 10, 2021
Ephraim Williams Jr., the original benefactor and namesake of the College, was an enslaver. This is a clear-cut matter of historical fact. Documents from his life demonstrate that he enslaved at least five Black people, named Prince, J. Romanoo, Moni, London, and Cloe. What is less clear-cut is what the College will do to address this fact.
NESCAC says COVID conditions must ‘improve significantly’ before spring sports can compete

NESCAC says COVID conditions must ‘improve significantly’ before spring sports can compete

January 28, 2021
The 11 presidents of NESCAC colleges and universities said in a joint statement Wednesday that spring sports conference competitions will not take place unless the national and regional COVID-19 situations greatly improve. 
Spring semester to start as scheduled; College plans to hold in-person commencement

Spring semester to start as scheduled; College plans to hold in-person commencement

January 28, 2021
The spring semester will start as previously scheduled, with students returning to campus beginning Feb. 10, President of the College Maud S. Mandel and Dean of the College Marlene Sandstrom announced today in an email to students, staff, and faculty. Additionally, the College plans to hold an in-person commencement for seniors, albeit with no off-campus guests.
JA applications drop slightly from last year

JA applications drop slightly from last year

January 22, 2021
Dean of First-Year Students Chris Sewell ’05 said that, despite the slight dip, he is confident this year’s applicant pool is large enough to assemble a strong JA class.
The College may consider delaying the arrival of students to campus. (Kevin Yang/The Williams Record)

Sandstrom announces potentially delayed arrival, greater restrictions on socializing, other changes to spring semester

January 15, 2021
If COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts and across the country continue to rise, the College may consider delaying students’ arrival to campus, Dean of the College Marlene Sandstrom announced in an email to students, staff, faculty, and families.
The Honor and Discipline Committee heard only three cases last spring, as detailed in its recently released report for the 2019-2020 academic year. (Devika Goel/The Williams Record)

Digging into the data from the 2019–2020 Honor Committee report

December 9, 2020

The Honor and Discipline Committee heard only three cases last spring, as detailed in its recently released report for the 2019-2020 academic year. (Devika Goel/The Williams Record) The Honor...

Packing up and saying goodbye: A dorm-room photo series

Packing up and saying goodbye: A dorm-room photo series

November 25, 2020

https://williamsrecord.com/snowball/packing-up-and-saying-goodbye-a-dorm-room-photo-series/

One in Two Thousand: Raquel ‘Rocky’ Livingston ’21

One in Two Thousand: Raquel ‘Rocky’ Livingston ’21

November 25, 2020

Photo courtesy of Raquel Livingston. Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College for our One in Two Thousand feature. As long as the owner of a selected...

Dining Services thanked students for filling out its customer satisfaction survey by baking a plethora of apple and blueberry pies. (Irene Loewenson/The Williams Record)

Dining Services conducts customer satisfaction survey, replete with pies

November 18, 2020

Dining Services thanked students for filling out its customer satisfaction survey by baking a plethora of apple and blueberry pies. (Irene Loewenson/The Williams Record) The dessert sections...

After two of the 22 students at WEPO tested positive for COVID-19, several students went into two-week quarantine. (Photo courtesy of Mae Burris-Wells.)

Two students at WEPO test positive for COVID-19

November 11, 2020

After two of the 22 students at WEPO tested positive for COVID-19, several students went into two-week quarantine. (Photo courtesy of Mae Burris-Wells.) Two students at the Williams-Exeter Programme...

‘Like an adventure’: The beginnings of coeducation, 50 years ago

‘Like an adventure’: The beginnings of coeducation, 50 years ago

October 28, 2020
It has been 50 years since the first 45 or so women students transferred to the College, along with 50 or so women exchange students, blazing the trail as a group of approximately 95 women in a school with about 1,250 men.
BREAKING: Staff member receives hateful letter at their home

BREAKING: Staff member receives hateful letter at their home

October 23, 2020

A staff member has been sent a hateful letter at their home targeting them based on their race and sexual orientation, President Maud S. Mandel announced tonight in an all-campus email. The email...

NESCAC cancels competitions for winter sports

NESCAC cancels competitions for winter sports

October 8, 2020

Varsity teams will not compete this winter, President Maud S. Mandel and Athletic Director Lisa Melendy announced in an all-campus email this afternoon, half an hour after the presidents of the 11 NESCAC...

College slightly loosens travel restrictions, increases testing to twice weekly

College slightly loosens travel restrictions, increases testing to twice weekly

October 1, 2020

Beginning Oct. 5, students will be able to travel for limited purposes in the zone indicated on this map, which Dean of the College Marlene Sandstrom linked to in her all-campus email. (Screenshot by...

Record investigation points to recent existence of underground frat

Record investigation points to recent existence of underground frat

September 30, 2020

The College’s rule on fraternities is clear: Students cannot join them, and those who do may face suspension or expulsion.  But it seems that rule has not stopped St. Anthony...

Nonner tests P.E. department’s quarantine fitness videos; videos test her back

Nonner tests P.E. department’s quarantine fitness videos; videos test her back

September 16, 2020

In the “Fitness in Quarantine” videos, members of the physical education department demonstrate workouts that students can do in dorm rooms.  (Videos courtesy of Williams College. Screenshots...

One in Two Thousand: Jakin Miller ’24

One in Two Thousand: Jakin Miller ’24

September 16, 2020

(Irene Loewenson/The Williams Record) Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College for our One in Two Thousand feature. As long as the owner of a selected...

What the fall semester’s health guidelines will look like — and how the College will maintain them

What the fall semester’s health guidelines will look like — and how the College will maintain them

July 7, 2020

(Graphic by Nigel Jaffe/The Williams Record.) Though students have been invited back to Williamstown for the fall semester, the campus that awaits them will be dramatically different from the one they...

BREAKING: Williams announces plan to reconvene on campus for fall semester, with reduced tuition

BREAKING: Williams announces plan to reconvene on campus for fall semester, with reduced tuition

June 29, 2020

The College has announced that it will reopen the campus to students for the fall semester, though with stringent measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and with a 15 percent lower cost of attendance.(Photo...

Four takeaways from Friday’s email to faculty on appointments and promotions

Four takeaways from Friday’s email to faculty on appointments and promotions

May 22, 2020

As the College works to cut costs to weather the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Committee on Appointments and Promotions (CAP) has been discussing sabbaticals, hiring, tenure decisions...

Many students are considering taking semesters off or gap years. The College will let them. 

Many students are considering taking semesters off or gap years. The College will let them. 

May 13, 2020

Graphic by Nigel Jaffe/The Williams Record Abby Shen ’24 was disappointed when Previews, the on-campus program for admitted students, was made virtual. And she was disappointed when her high school...

Hundreds support Williamstown through remote fun run

Hundreds support Williamstown through remote fun run

May 9, 2020

Professor of Economics Sara LaLumia (top left) ran a half-marathon in Williamstown for the recent Williams for Williamstown fun run. In Punta Gorda, Fla., Marshall Lapidus ’60 (top right) speed-walked...

Five takeaways from senior staff’s call with families

Five takeaways from senior staff’s call with families

April 30, 2020

(Graphic by Nigel Jaffe/The Williams Record) President Maud S. Mandel and several of her senior staff held an open phone call for Williams families on Monday to provide information about the College’s...

Kirstin Mapes ’21 withdraws from spring classes, eyeing final softball season

Kirstin Mapes ’21 withdraws from spring classes, eyeing final softball season

April 29, 2020

Kirstin Mapes ’21, formerly a member of the Class of 2020, will return for the Ephs next year after withdrawing from the remainder of her classes this spring. (Photo courtesy of Williams Sports Information.) Ever...

Storytime persists. (The cookies are D.I.Y.)

Storytime persists. (The cookies are D.I.Y.)

April 25, 2020

Storytime has continued to offer ways for community members to share stories, including through a weekly virtual event held on Zoom. (Drawing by Matthew Roychowdhury ’21.) The Storytime talk given...

‘We’re places where people gather’: Clark, MASS MoCA adapt to COVID-19 closures

‘We’re places where people gather’: Clark, MASS MoCA adapt to COVID-19 closures

April 22, 2020

Although the Clark Art Institute has temporarily closed, its 140-acre campus remains open. (Alice Qu/The Williams Record) The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) and the Clark Art...

Record Recs: (Free) sci-fi flicks, ’90s rom-coms

Record Recs: (Free) sci-fi flicks, ’90s rom-coms

April 22, 2020

Although Images Cinema may be closed, a world of movies is still available to bored or procrastinating Ephs. (Joey Fox/Williams Record) If you don’t have a Netflix subscription — or even if you...

In Other Ivory Towers: Racist incident at Amherst College sparks #IntegrateAmherst movement

In Other Ivory Towers: Racist incident at Amherst College sparks #IntegrateAmherst movement

April 8, 2020

The main quad at Amherst. Students have called for their school to take action in the wake of a racist incident involving members of the men’s lacrosse team. (Photo courtesy of David Emmerman/Wikimedia...

Adam Schlesinger ’89, co-founder of Fountains of Wayne and acclaimed songwriter, dies at 52

Adam Schlesinger ’89, co-founder of Fountains of Wayne and acclaimed songwriter, dies at 52

April 2, 2020

Schlesinger in concert in 2006. In addition to founding the power pop band Fountains of Wayne with a Williams classmate, Schlesinger wrote songs for a variety of artists, movies, TV shows and theatrical...

College halts construction projects as worker raises safety concerns

College halts construction projects as worker raises safety concerns

April 1, 2020

Construction on the North Science Building project, along with the Fort Bradshaw project, has been suspended. One worker on the project had told iBerkshires.com that other workers had been exposed to...

Libraries suspend most in-person operations

Libraries suspend most in-person operations

April 1, 2020

The libraries have ceased the majority of their in-person activity, including the services that had allowed users to request books for pickup. (Kevin Zhang Yang/The Williams Record) Sawyer and Schow...

Admissions office adjusts to pandemic as it admits Class of 2024

Admissions office adjusts to pandemic as it admits Class of 2024

March 25, 2020

The new virtual tour is one of several ways the Office of Admission is attempting to make up for the cancelation of Previews, the on-campus program for admitted students. (Screenshot from the Office...

Fifty years ago, a very different mid-semester disruption

Fifty years ago, a very different mid-semester disruption

March 25, 2020

https://williamsrecord.com/snowball/fifty-years-ago-a-very-different-mid-semester-disruption/

Coronavirus pandemic causes mass cancellations of abroad programs

Coronavirus pandemic causes mass cancellations of abroad programs

March 15, 2020

Haeon Yoon ’21, who was studying at the University College London (pictured) through IFSA, said her program told her to “keep calm and carry on” as it sent her home, offering her little support....

WEPO tells its 26 students to leave Oxford

WEPO tells its 26 students to leave Oxford

March 12, 2020

The Williams-Exeter Programme in Oxford has told its students to leave Oxford and complete the final term online. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.) The Williams-Exeter Programme at Oxford (WEPO)...

One in Two Thousand: Scott Fineberg

One in Two Thousand: Scott Fineberg

March 11, 2020

ETHAN DINÇER/THE WILLIAMS RECORD We randomly select unixes from a list of all current students at the College for our weekly One in Two Thousand. So long as the owner of a selected unix is on campus,...

Beyond the Bubble: news across Berkshire County

March 4, 2020

Mass. prohibits use of handheld devices for all drivers On Feb. 23, new “hands-free” driving legislation took effect in Massachusetts that prohibit all use of handheld devices behind the wheel....

College announces potential housing changes for next year

College announces potential housing changes for next year

March 4, 2020

IRENE LOEWENSON/THE WILLIAMS RECORD Some rooms, such as the one pictured above, may be used as “double-triples” if deemed necessary. The Office of Student Life (OSL) has announced a plan that would...

In Other Ivory Towers

February 26, 2020

In Other Ivory Towers is the Record’s look at colleges and universities outside the Purple Bubble.  Syracuse University students protest racism, homophobia Students at Syracuse University,...

In Other Ivory Towers

February 19, 2020

In Other Ivory Towers is the Record’s look at colleges and universities outside the Purple Bubble.  Colorado State University-Pueblo offers cannabis major Colorado State University-Pueblo...

Task Force recommends scrapping CC, creating three new bodies

Task Force recommends scrapping CC, creating three new bodies

February 12, 2020

The CC Task Force held a town hall in Baxter on Monday to discuss the Three Pillars Plan and answer questions from the student body. (Danny Jin/The Williams Record) In an email sent to students on...

Insights from a  decade of honor committee reports

Insights from a decade of honor committee reports

February 12, 2020

JOEY FOX /THE WILLIAMS RECORD Every year, the honor and discipline committee — the 17-person group that adjudicates suspected violations of the College’s academic Honor Code — releases...

College advises students studying in China to leave, citing coronavirus concerns

College advises students studying in China to leave, citing coronavirus concerns

January 29, 2020

In light of the China-based outbreak of coronavirus, a flu-like illness that has sickened thousands and killed over 100, the College has advised the two students already studying in China to return to...

Profiles of Presidents Past: Morty Schapiro

Profiles of Presidents Past: Morty Schapiro

November 20, 2019

Morty Schapiro, president of the College from 2000 to 2009, has served as president of Northwestern University for the past decade. (Photo courtesy of Northwestern University.) For Morty Schapiro,...

Taking on the social calendar, one event at a time

Taking on the social calendar, one event at a time

November 13, 2019

The social calendar brought me to a variety of events, including (clockwise from top left) Storytime in Dodd Living Room, a hike-turned-hacky-sack-game on Stone Hill, Purple Valley Plays and the Amherst-Williams...

One in Two Thousand: True Pham ’23

One in Two Thousand: True Pham ’23

November 13, 2019

Irene Loewenson/The Williams Record Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College. So long as the owner of the selected unix is on campus, willing to be interviewed...

CC faces student criticism at contentious town hall

CC faces student criticism at contentious town hall

October 30, 2019

Adam Jones ’21, among other students, took issue with College Council at its Oct. 22 town hall. (Photo Courtesy of Landon Marhant). College Council (CC) held a town hall in the Dodd House dining...

Exploring North Adams’ most haunted mansion

Exploring North Adams’ most haunted mansion

October 30, 2019

North Adams’ Houghton Mansion holds a variety of creepy sights, including an abandoned Freemason meeting room, an old barber chair and dusty Victorian bedrooms. (Irene Loewenson / The Williams Record) Before...

One in Two Thousand: James Fortin ’22

One in Two Thousand: James Fortin ’22

October 30, 2019

Ethan Dinçer/The Williams Record Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College. So long as the owner of the selected unix is on campus, willing to be interviewed...

In Other Ivory Towers: Universities protest ICE

In Other Ivory Towers: Universities protest ICE

October 30, 2019

In Other Ivory Towers is the Record’s look at colleges and universities outside the Purple Bubble. In the past several weeks, two universities have weathered controversy over interactions with U.S....

One in Two Thousand: Sydney Pope ’22

One in Two Thousand: Sydney Pope ’22

October 9, 2019

(Nicky Wu/ The Williams Record) Each week, we randomly select a unix from a list of all current students at the College. So long as the owner of the selected unix is on campus, willing to...

Hitched and living on Hoxsey: Lara and Jason Meintjes ’22 settle into life at the College

Hitched and living on Hoxsey: Lara and Jason Meintjes ’22 settle into life at the College

October 2, 2019

Jason (left) and Lara (center) Meintjes ’22, pictured with daughter Jamie (right), transferred this fall from Long Beach City College./Photo courtesy of Jason Meintjes. “Imagine yourself in a...

Massachusetts  temporarily bans sale of vaping products  following illnesses

Massachusetts temporarily bans sale of vaping products following illnesses

October 2, 2019

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker declared vaping-related illnesses a public health emergency and announced a four-month ban on the sale of vaping products on Sept. 24. The temporary ban, which applies...

In Other Ivory Towers: DOE investigates UNC, Duke Program

In Other Ivory Towers: DOE investigates UNC, Duke Program

September 25, 2019

The U.S. Department of Education has ordered Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) to make changes to their jointly-run Middle East studies program, due in part to...

From Hoxsey to hitched: Dylan Barbour ’16 appears on The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise

From Hoxsey to hitched: Dylan Barbour ’16 appears on The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise

September 18, 2019

Dylan Barbour ’16 is all smiles at an Eph football game./PHOTO COURTESY OF DYLAN BARBOUR. When a producer from The Bachelorette first reached out to Dylan Barbour ’16 on social media and asked...

Profiles of Presidents Past: Adam Falk

Profiles of Presidents Past: Adam Falk

September 11, 2019

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ALFRED P. SLOAN FOUNDATION. In 2010, Adam Falk, then dean of the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins, had his video interview with Williams’ presidential...

Word on the Quad: What's one thing you forgot to bring to college?

Word on the Quad: What’s one thing you forgot to bring to college?

September 11, 2019

"A can-do attitude."- Hannah Gruendemann '20 "I can't remember if it was a suit or the complete works of Shakespeare."- Ben Kitchen '21 "Good snacks from home."- Erica Qin '22 "My snowboots."-...

Ephs on Tinder: Students swipe right on the ubiquitous dating app

Ephs on Tinder: Students swipe right on the ubiquitous dating app

May 1, 2019

Although I am a proud New Yorker, I will admit that Williamstown has the edge over my home city in mountain vistas, air quality and lack of pigeons. But according to Gabo Lewis ’22, who went to...

One in Two Thousand: Faris Gulamali ’21

One in Two Thousand: Faris Gulamali ’21

April 10, 2019

ANIAH PRICE/PHOTO EDITOR Kaira got to know Faris when they were co-Arts editors for the Record during the spring semester of 2018. Irene first met Faris last month, when he was having dinner with Editor-in-Chief...

Sunrise hikes persist despite cold

Sunrise hikes persist despite cold

March 6, 2019

On weekly sunrise hikes, students enjoy hot chocolate and Munchkins at the top of Pine Cobble Mountain. PHOTO COURTESY OF SEAMUS CONNOR. The sun had risen, the water in my bottle had frozen into a...

Sabrine Brismeur/Photo Editor

One in Two Thousand: Megan Siedman ’20

February 27, 2019

SABRINE BRISMEUR/PHOTO EDITOR Megan, one my junior advisors (JAs) in Mills-Dennett 2, provides her frosh with countless funny anecdotes and snacks schedules organized by a secret mathematical code....

Ephs self-advertise for romance

Ephs self-advertise for romance

February 13, 2019

Hipolito Vazquez ’22 put together a humorous boyfriend resume for potential suitors, posting copies in public spaces around campus. ANIAH PRICE/PHOTO EDITOR Roughly one in five alums from the...

Campus Cribs: Life in the President's House

Campus Cribs: Life in the President’s House

January 23, 2019

President Maud Mandel enjoys living with her husband, daughter and two cats in the recently renovated President’s House. Aniah Price/Photo Editor When President Maud Mandel and her family moved into...

Students host Armistice centennial party on Hoxsey to celebrate peace

Students host Armistice centennial party on Hoxsey to celebrate peace

November 14, 2018

This past Saturday night, hundreds of students celebrated the 100-year anniversary of the Armistice for World War One (WWI) the way many celebrated Halloween, Homecoming and Thursdays in October: with...

The “God Quad” is home to four first-years and features thought-provoking decorations like a cigarette ad from a vintage Playboy issue.
Sam Gollob/Contributing Photographer

Campus Cribs: Sage B301 is the ‘God Quad’ of first-year housing

October 31, 2018

God Quad is home to four first-years and features thought-provoking decorations like a cigarette ad from a vintage Playboy issue. Sam Gollob/Contributing Photographer When we arrived at Sage B301, what...

Storytime is taking a break this semester as it reconsiders its structure and purpose, reaching out to the College community for feedback.

Photo courtesy of Angela You '20.

Storyboard halts Storytime as it reevaluates its mission

October 3, 2018

On Sep. 26, Storyboard, the group behind Storytime, announced the decision to put a temporary hold on Storytime, citing the need to reflect on its mission and make changes to the event. The sabbatical...

Jihong Lee ’22 looks chic as always with an eye for print and aesthetic. Photo courtesy of Jihong Lee.

Sartorial Observer: Jihong Lee ’22

September 26, 2018

“Jihong, you’re literally the only person I know who can pull off a beret!” Charlotte Hanson ’22 said the moment Jihong Lee ’22, wearing a glimmering black outfit topped with a black beret,...

PHOTO COURTESY OF PHOEBE DONNELLY.
Phoebe Donnelly’s research explores marriage and gender dynamics in rebel groups such as Al-Shabaab and the Lord’s Resistance Army.

Spotlight on research: Donnelly examines women in rebel groups

September 19, 2018

Type “rebel groups” into Google’s image search, and the first 64 photos will be of men. But while men may be the face of many rebel groups, women often play a critical role in the groups’ strategy. Phoebe...

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