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Justin Zen, Staff Writer

Justin Zen ’24 is a prospective chemistry major from New York City, N.Y. He is a staff writer for the features section.

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Students line up past Prospect House for Driscoll dinner on Build-Your-Own-Bowl night. (Kevin Yang/The Williams Record)

How Dining creates its menus

April 21, 2021
Part of a series of new initiatives by Dining Services, Build Your Own Bowl nights have been received as a welcome break from the regular meal cycle. The Record spoke with Dining staff to learn more about nutritional, cultural, and logistical considerations in the menu creation process.
Though the Atlanta shootings catapulted the issue of anti-Asian violence into the national consciousness, incidents of racialized violence toward Asians and Asian Americans, especially women, are not uncommon in American history. (Angela Gui/The Williams Record. Photo courtesy of History.com.)

‘A larger history of racialized and gendered violence’: Professors, students discuss anti-Asian hate

March 31, 2021
Asian Americans have long been subject to racist dehumanization and othering, professors who spoke to the Record say, which expressed itself during the Atlanta shootings. Incidents of racialized violence toward Asians and Asian Americans, especially women, are not uncommon in American history.
(Rachel Buccalo/The Williams Record)

Spotlight on Research: Eiko Maruko Siniawer examines emotions in Japanese history

March 17, 2021
This semester, Professor of History Eiko Maruko Siniawer took her research into the classroom with HIST 320: “Emotions in Modern Japanese History.” By foregrounding the historical significance of emotions throughout the course, she hopes to provide a more comprehensive understanding of emotions as actors in history.
Miranda Wang ’21 decorated her windows with red paper cutouts for Lunar New Year. (Photo courtesy of Miranda Wang.)

Students adapt Lunar New Year celebrations for travel, quarantine

February 17, 2021
As most students prepared to return to campus, many of those who celebrate the Lunar New Year had to explore how they could observe the holiday while adhering to the College’s public health guidelines.
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