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Shizah Kashif, Executive Editor for RPI

Shizah Kashif ’24 is a prospective political science major from Dubai, UAE, and, before that, Islamabad, Pakistan. She is an executive editor for race, privilege, and identity, and formerly served as a section editor for arts.

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One in Two Thousand: Maddy Andersen ’25

November 2, 2021
This week, the computer (using a script in R) chose Maddy Andersen ’25, who talked about the crew team, friendship bracelets, and Halloween near-debacles.
Kelsie Hao ’22 (third from right) joined the Accidentals for her final year at the College. (Photo courtesy of Kelsie Hao.)

An unconventional return: froshomores, super seniors, and gap year students

October 26, 2021
Many students who followed unconventional paths during the 2020-2021 academic year have returned to campus for in-person classes. The Record spoke with seven of these students, whose stories are full of excitement, reflection, and a sense of belonging to a Williams community.
Caption: Despite its flaws, [ITAL]Shang-Chi is an immensely entertaining and rich — even monumental — superhero film. (Photo courtesy of Disney.com.)

Review: Shang-Chi offers a new, thrilling type of superhero

October 19, 2021
Despite its flaws, Shang-Chi is an immensely entertaining, rich, and monumental superhero film.
Students collect their art in-person at WCMA on pick-up day. (Shizah Kashif/The Williams Record)

WALLS returns after COVID hiatus; students express mixed feelings

September 21, 2021
WALLS returned on Sept. 14 after a year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While many celebrated its long-awaited return, an unprecedented high number of signups this year and consequent technical glitches led others to express disappointment with the new allocation process.
Ritmo members perform their fall showcase, Stories of Separation, in front of Sawyer.

Dance groups release virtual shows, recruit first-years

March 10, 2021
During a typical semester, dance groups would take to the stage in Chapin to perform their fall shows to live audiences. With COVID restrictions limiting the size of large gatherings, they have turned instead to recording their fall performances remotely, appearing in a series of virtual shows released between the end of fall semester and now.
Songs, movies, and more that made quarantine go quicker

Songs, movies, and more that made quarantine go quicker

February 10, 2021
With our unusually long winter break and upcoming in-room quarantine, the Record compiled art recommendations from students at the College via Instagram. For those students studying remotely this semester or taking time off, we hope that these recommendations help you stay connected to the College community, no matter where you are. From cartoons to crafts and everything in between, we hope you enjoy!
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