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Michael Menard, bake shop supply campus with treats

Michael Menard, bake shop supply campus with treats

Sam Mermin April 3, 2019

A three-person team, headed by Lead Baker Michael Menard, makes baked goods for the entire campus. PHOTO COURTESY OF ANIAH PRICE. At 3 a.m. every day in Paresky basement, Michael Menard and the rest...

Dispensaries open in Berkshire County

Sam Mermin February 6, 2019

The first marijuana dispensary in Berkshire County opened its doors to the public on Jan. 11, more than two years after Massachusetts’ legalization of recreational marijuana. Temesca Wellness, another...

This fall, College students, working with CLiA, began volunteering at nearby Pownal Elementary School.
Photo courtesy of Pownal Elementary School.

Ephs volunteer at Pownal Elementary

Sam Mermin December 5, 2018

For all of the value that an elite liberal arts college can bring to a remote area, there is an inevitable tension created by the presence of a wealthy institution of higher education like the College...

20 MAR 2010:  Guard James Wang (31) of Williams College attempts to drive past freshman Guard Jerrel Harris (10) of Wisconsin-Stevens Point during the Division III MenÕs Basketball Championship held at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, VA.  Wisconsin-Stevens Point defeated Williams 78-73 to win the national title.  Andres Alonso/NCAA Photos

James Wang ’12 returns stateside after playing overseas

Sam Mermin November 14, 2018

From 2009 to 2012, James Wang ’12 was an instrumental part of the men’s basketball team’s success, leading the way as a three-time All-American and the fourth leading scorer in Eph history. Six...

The founders of the Gaius C. Bolin chapter of  SAAC hope to create an inclusive community for student-athletes of color at the College. Photo courtesy of SACC.

SAAC introduces new Gaius C. Bolin Chapter for athletes of color

Sam Mermin October 24, 2018

At a small college in the Purple Valley, it’s easy to feel alone and without a home base. Being a student of color can make the feeling of isolation even worse. With this issue in mind, four student-athletes...

Amy Clemo, having worked at Whitmans’ for five years, has become a friendly face to snack bar-goers. Sophia Shin/Photo Editor

Behind the Uniform: Amy Clemo

Sam Mermin October 17, 2018

Although Amy Clemo has been working the late-night shift in Whitmans’ Dining Hall for the past five years so that she can be at home during the day with her children, in that time, she says, she feels...

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