Last night, College Council (CC) voted 12-7 to retain Treasurer Spencer Carrillo ’20 and mandated he attend educational sanctions to improve his performance. CC also voted 11-7 to censure CC Presidents Lizzy Hibbard ’19 and Moisés Roman Mendoza ’19 for raising the charges against Carrillo without placing it on the agenda or notifying CC before the Nov.
When we arrived at Sage B301, what immediately struck us was not the array of signs on the door reading “GOD QUAD” in bold italics. Nor the model of the three-mast German warship atop the bookshelf.
In 1988, Dr. James E. Hansen testified before Congress that the southeastern and midwestern sections of the United States would be subjected to high temperatures and drought in the near future. Thirty years later, climate change is still a major problem, and citizens are still using the legal system to advocate against the issue.
On Monday, President Maud Mandel hosted a forum dedicated to discussing long-term planning at the College. In an email sent to the student body on Oct.
On Oct. 15, Williamstown community and Select Board members pushed back against student organization Reclaim Childhood’s requested closure of Hoxsey Street for their annual fundraiser, Halloween on Hoxsey.
It was 11:30 a.m. when President of the College Maud Mandel sent an email to the student body on Monday, Oct. 22.
At its Oct. 16 meeting, College Council (CC) passed a resolution in support of establishing Asian American studies (AAS) as an academic program at the College.
Before reading onward, take a look through the “Williams Memes for Sun-Dappled Tweens” Facebook page. Or, for that matter, through “Classical Art Memes,” Dartmouth’s meme hub or any one of the growing multitude of Facebook meme pages targeting college-aged students.
“Cut the decorative pieces,” “Cut retreat to Montreal,” “Cut a lot of food:” These were some of the most interesting remarks in this year’s College Council (CC) budget subgroup recommendation sheet. This document was shared for the first time with all student organization leaders earlier this term.
12:31 p.m., Health Center: Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person. The Health Center staff reported a man wandering back and forth between Hewat House and the Health Center.