Art Sports Williams

That Time A Williams Student Stole A Pizza Van

From The Williams Record: At 1:30 a.m., a Dominos delivery driver drove to Morgan Hall to deliver a pizza to a student. While the driver was at the door, the student who ordered the pizza invited the driver to step in. While the driver was standing inside, another student ran down the stairs to where the […]


Amherst Tufts Wesleyan

Sexual Assault Policy and Student Response At Tufts and Wesleyan

Two recent articles have been published that reveal the vast difference that can be made by student (and outside) response to events at colleges. Obviously, campus sexual assault has gained a lot of attention in the last couple of years, especially following Angie Epifano’s account of her sexual assault at Amherst. With that interest has come […]


Bates Trinity

Missing Bates student found dead

John Durkin, the Bates student who went missing in Rome on February 20, has been found dead, his family confirms. Durkin, a junior from New Hampshire, was last seen by his friends at a bar on Campo de Fiori, a popular nightlife scene for American study abroad students. He was studying at the Trinity program. […]


Bates Trinity

Bates student missing in Rome

Some sobering news out of Italy: Bates junior John Durkin is missing in Rome, where he is enrolled in the Trinity program. Durkin was last seen two nights ago at a bar off Campo De’ Fiori, a bustling square blocks from the Tiber River and Palazzo Farnese that is popular with American study-abroad students. Unfortunately, […]


Culture Lifestyle

20 Fake Upworthy Headlines About The ‘Cac. You Never Saw This Coming.

This College President Didn’t Want To Cancel Classes During The Blizzard. Then A Genius Student Sent Him This Email. Why I’m Pretty Much Over This Dining Hall Cereal. This Student Wants To Break The “Edward Fortyhands” Record. I Wonder What His BAC Will Be. That iPhone In Your Pocket? You’d Be Surprised Where Your SnapChats […]


Admissions Alumni Opinion

No, You Shouldn’t Donate To Your College

Editor’s note: This article has been adapted from an op-ed by Chris Huffaker (Williams ’15) that appeared in last week’s issue of the Williams Record. In the last couple of years, Wesleyan has been running a THIS IS WHY campaign, where members of the Wesleyan community take photos holding signs saying why to donate to the […]