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Milo Chang, Staff Writer

Milo Chang ’24 is a prospective political economy and computer science major from Rowland Heights, Calif. He is a staff writer for the news and features sections.

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After a virtual Convocation in 2020, the ceremony made its in-person return for the Class of 2022. (Sofie Jones/The Williams Record)

College ushers in 2021-2022 academic year with in-person Convocation ceremony

September 15, 2021
The College marked the start of the 2021-2022 academic year on Saturday in the annual fall Convocation ceremony, which was held in Chapin Hall with over 400 members of the classes of 2022 and 2022.5 and final-year candidates in the College’s graduate programs in attendance. 
Students burst into impromptu dancing during Eid celebrations in front of Sawyer Library. (Photo courtesy of Mohammad Faizaan.)

Students observe Ramadan, celebrate Eid amid pandemic

May 19, 2021
Despite facing COVID restrictions on student activity, Muslim students were able to observe Ramadan and foster a sense of community at the College.
Of the 648 students who voted in the election, 81.5 percent voted to keep the WSU, surpassing the simple majority necessary for the WSU to continue its existence. (Hannah Stillman/The Williams Record)

WSU, FAST election results: Student body passes referendum to keep WSU, elects representatives

March 17, 2021
The student body passed a referendum on the continued existence of the WSU in this month’s student government elections, allowing the WSU to remain as the advocacy branch of the Three Pillars.
Of the 648 students who voted in the election, 81.5 percent voted to keep the WSU, surpassing the simple majority necessary for the WSU to continue its existence. (Hannah Stillman/The Williams Record)

WSU to hold referendum on continued existence; WSU, FAST to hold elections

February 24, 2021
The Williams Student Union (WSU) is holding a referendum on its continued existence concurrently with once-per-semester elections. Voting will be open from March 3 to March 13, with results scheduled for release on March 15. The WSU elections will occur simultaneously with elections for Facilitators for Allocating Student Taxes (FAST), the funding body of the Three Pillars student government.
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