Middlebury Music Opinion Williams

Chance the Rapper controversy continues

Update: Chance issues a not-so-veiled response to the Williams administration’s likely (though unconfirmed) request that he censor Favorite Song at his Spring Fling show:  – Macklemore and Chance the Rapper: The NESCAC rap darlings of 2013 and 2014. Macklemore toured the ‘Cac fairly extensively last spring, even making it all the way up to Colby. His […]

Admissions The 'Cac

Major SAT Changes Announced

From the Washington Post, “The SAT college admission test will no longer require a timed essay, will dwell less on fancy vocabulary and will return to the familiar 1600-point scoring scale in a major overhaul intended to open doors to higher education for students who are now shut out.” This is the first major change since […]

Admissions Culture Tufts

Medfurred and Slumberville

Presented with minimal comment, we give you Fluffs University: “I studied hard, spent lots of time thinking, and took lots of naps, but I couldn’t answer the application’s YOLO question correctly because I live nine times, not once. Feeling sad and rejected, I suddenly had a moment of insight: I could start my own university!” […]

Alumni Music Williams

‘Let It Go’ Written By Williams Alum (!)

If you haven’t seen Frozen, Disney’s wintry animated blockbuster, you’ve probably still heard its power ballad “Let It Go”, sung by broadway star and all-around goddess Idina Menzel. The song has almost 120,000,000 views on YouTube and is the first movie soundtrack to hit #1 on the Billboard 500 for four weeks since 2003–basically, its a […]

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 […]

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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 […]