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Katie Jung, Opinions Editor

Katie Jung ’24 is a prospective Spanish and philosophy major from Claremont, Calif. She is a section editor for opinions.

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Students gather in front of Paresky with a little more than a week to go before the start of classes. (Cameron Pugh/The Williams Record.)

College prepares for in-person semester amid Delta variant concerns

As students begin to return, College reintroduces weekly testing; four students test positive
September 3, 2021
The prevalence of the Delta variant has led the College to reimplement an indoor mask mandate and a weekly testing requirement. And if the campus sees an outbreak, the College could implement more stringent restrictions.
Nelly Lin-Schweitzer ’21 (left) and Caleigh Paster ’21 (right) reflect on their senior year. (Katie Jung/The Williams Record)

Two in Two Thousand: Nelly Lin-Schweitzer ’21 and Caleigh Paster ’21

May 19, 2021
This week, the computer (using a script in R) chose Nelly Lin-Schweitzer ’21 and Caleigh Paster ’21, who talked about their experiences as seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic, their academic interests over the years, and their thoughts about leaving campus.
Sweet Brook Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in April 2019, before its closure. (Photo courtesy of Gillian Jones/The Berkshire Eagle.)

State reaches settlement with Williamstown nursing home over allegations of resident mistreatment

May 5, 2021
The owners of the now-closed Sweet Brook Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Williamstown reached a settlement last month of $110,000 with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts after repeated allegations of failure to care for residents.
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