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The Spectator
NewsTrinity College assistant professor coauthors parenting book Trinity College A
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The Spectator / Posted an hour ago
Trinity College assistant professor coauthors parenting book Trinity College Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Molly Helt recently co-authored The Activity Kit for Babies and Toddlers at Risk: How to Use Everyday Routines to Build... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Williams College steps forward with $5 million fund for Mount Greylock school buildingWILLIAMSTOWN >> Williams College is pledging $5 million toward capital ne
Williams College steps forward with $5 million fund for Mount Greylock school building
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 2 hours ago
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Williams College is pledging $5 million toward capital needs beyond the Mount Greylock Regional School building project. The college also has pledged to help find renewable energy sources to reduce power costs for the public... Read more
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The News-Times
Mustangs on the move: Immaculate High School athletes make their college plans officialThe Immaculate High School Athletic Department held its signing-day ceremony fo
Mustangs on the move: Immaculate High School athletes make their college plans official
The News-Times / Posted yesterday
The Immaculate High School Athletic Department held its signing-day ceremony for student-athletes who will be playing their sports in college on Feb. 10, 2016. (Front row, from left) Maddy Wedvik will play lacrosse at St. Bonaventure; Hailey Davis... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Darien resident and Prep star to play lax in collegeFairfield Prep proudly announces that by his strong character, academic success
Darien resident and Prep star to play lax in college
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
Fairfield Prep proudly announces that by his strong character, academic success, and athletic efforts, senior Brendan Hoffman has earned the opportunity to compete in the sport of lacrosse while achieving his college degree. As a young man who... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
High school roundup: Pittsfield boys beat Lee, reach Western Mass. basketball tourneyLEE >> It has been a rocky week or so for the Pittsfield boys basketball team.
High school roundup: Pittsfield boys beat Lee, reach Western Mass. basketball tourney
Berkshire Eagle / Posted yesterday
LEE >> It has been a rocky week or so for the Pittsfield boys basketball team. Tuesday night, the Generals felt a lot better. Josh Moore and Connor McDonough combined for 33 points as the Generals (10-6, 7-3) qualified for the Western Massachusetts... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LOCAL CONNECTIONS: Northeastern's Genco named CAA Rookie of the WeekFor the second time this season, Northeastern University freshman Jess Genco(Sc
LOCAL CONNECTIONS: Northeastern's Genco named CAA Rookie of the Week
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
For the second time this season, Northeastern University freshman Jess Genco(Scranton Prep) is the Colonial Athletic Association women’s basketball Rookie of the Week. Genco played all 40 minutes in both of the Huskies’ games last week. She has... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Gottschalk Honored For Career DevelopmentPeter Gottschalk, Professor of Religion and Professor of Science in Society, ha
Gottschalk Honored For Career Development
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 2 days ago
Peter Gottschalk, Professor of Religion and Professor of Science in Society, has been named the new director of the Center of Faculty Career Development. His term lasts for three years and starts on July 1, when he will replace Jan Naegele. The... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Ephs crack the Top 10 in D-III hockey pollsWILLIAMSTOWN >> It's been a long climb up the Division III polls for the
Ephs crack the Top 10 in D-III hockey polls
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 3 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN >> It's been a long climb up the Division III polls for the Williams College men's hockey team. But this week, the Ephs have cracked the Top 10 in both national surveys. The Ephs, coming off wins at defending national champion... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Darien
Darien Senior From Fairfield Prep Commits To Williams CollegeFAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield Prep announced four seniors will go on to play col
Darien Senior From Fairfield Prep Commits To Williams College
The Daily Voice - Darien / Posted 3 days ago
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield Prep announced four seniors will go on to play college lacrosse in the fall. Jack O'Connor, Brendan Hoffman, Colin Smalkais and Nick Franchuk are the four members of the Class of 2016 going on to continue their athletic... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Westport
Fairfield Prep Lacrosse Players Make College CommitmentsFAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield Prep announced four seniors will go on to play col
Fairfield Prep Lacrosse Players Make College Commitments
The Daily Voice - Westport / Posted 3 days ago
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield Prep announced four seniors will go on to play college lacrosse in the fall. Jack O'Connor, Brendan Hoffman, Colin Smalkais and Nick Franchuk are the four members of the Class of 2016 going on to continue their athletic... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Stamford
Stamford Senior From Fairfield Prep Commits To Bowdoin CollegeFAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield Prep announced four seniors will go on to play col
Stamford Senior From Fairfield Prep Commits To Bowdoin College
The Daily Voice - Stamford / Posted 3 days ago
FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield Prep announced four seniors will go on to play college lacrosse in the fall. Jack O'Connor, Brendan Hoffman, Colin Smalkais and Nick Franchuk are the four members of the Class of 2016 going on to continue their athletic... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria Has Potential for GreatnessProfessor Niran Ajewole, a development economist and top consultant based in th
Nigeria Has Potential for Greatness
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
Professor Niran Ajewole, a development economist and top consultant based in the United States of America was part of the team that designed the econometric model for the Nigerian economy way back in 1980s. In this interview with Ayo Arowolo recently... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
College roundup: Williams men's basketball stuns Connecticut CollegeNEW LONDON, CONN. >> The Williams College men's basketball team led twice
College roundup: Williams men's basketball stuns Connecticut College
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 3 days ago
NEW LONDON, CONN. >> The Williams College men's basketball team led twice Sunday afternoon. But that was all the Ephs needed to do. Cole Teal made a pair of foul shots with 47 seconds remaining in the game and the Ephs went on to stun... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Williams College turns inward to find new deanWILLIAMSTOWN >> Williams College has turned inward to find a successor to
Williams College turns inward to find new dean
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 4 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Williams College has turned inward to find a successor to Sarah Bolton, dean of the college, who is taking over as president of The College of Wooster in July. Ironically, the new dean has to move to Williamstown from England... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Acting Ed. Secretary: Educators 'unfairly blamed' for schools' challengesPHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Ed. Secretary: Educators 'unfairly blamed' for schools' challenges
The Arizona Republic / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'
KTVB Boise / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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USA Today
Acting Ed. Secretary: Educators 'unfairly blamed' for schools' challengesPHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Ed. Secretary: Educators 'unfairly blamed' for schools' challenges
USA Today / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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First Coast News
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Educatio
Acting Education chief: Teachers 'unfairly blamed'
First Coast News / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — In his first major speech, the acting U.S. Secretary of Education John King apologized to the nation’s teachers. Speaking to a small group of teachers, students and local politicians here last month, just three weeks after being named... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Local Colleges: Williams men's hockey wins in overtimeHARTFORD, CONN. >> Overtime was needed, but the Williams College men's ho
Local Colleges: Williams men's hockey wins in overtime
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 5 days ago
HARTFORD, CONN. >> Overtime was needed, but the Williams College men's hockey team is now top dog in NESCAC. Zander Masucci's goal 37 seconds into overtime gave the ninth-ranked Ephs a hard-fought 5-4 win over No. 7, and defending NCAA... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Rainbow Seniors, quickly growing in popularity, to hold first Pittsfield meetingPITTSFIELD >> A new program for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender se
Rainbow Seniors, quickly growing in popularity, to hold first Pittsfield meeting
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 6 days ago
PITTSFIELD >> A new program for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors in the Berkshires is growing faster than its founder anticipated. Rainbow Seniors will begin holding meetings in Pittsfield, a move Ed Sedarbaum said is due to its... Read more
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The State News
No. 10 MSU basketball prepares to clash with the Wolverines in Ann ArborThey all count as one win. That’s the old adage coaches and players will freque
No. 10 MSU basketball prepares to clash with the Wolverines in Ann Arbor
The State News / Posted 6 days ago
They all count as one win. That’s the old adage coaches and players will frequently attempt to use to tame the emotions of a rivalry game, but for MSU head coach Tom Izzo, a game against in-state rival University of Michigan is always more than just... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Williams men's hockey thriving with two great goaliesWILLIAMSTOWN >> Henry Ford once said that "Competition is the keen cuttin
Williams men's hockey thriving with two great goalies
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 7 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Henry Ford once said that "Competition is the keen cutting edge of business." Williams College hockey coach Bill Kangas would certainly agree. That's because the competition between senior goalie Noah Klag and freshman Michael... Read more
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The Spectator
Sports 2015SportsMen's & Women’s Swimming and Diving recap Men’s Swimming and Diving Tho
Sports 2015
The Spectator / Posted 7 days ago
SportsMen's & Women’s Swimming and Diving recap Men’s Swimming and Diving Though the men’s team lost their first dual meet of the season this past weekend, they had started the season 6-0 in dual meets and placed first in several multi-team meets,... Read more
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Task & Purpose
Father Honors Son’s Sacrifice Through Military ServiceFirst Lt. Nate Krissoff decided that he wanted to be an officer with the Marine
Father Honors Son’s Sacrifice Through Military Service
Task & Purpose / Posted 7 days ago
First Lt. Nate Krissoff decided that he wanted to be an officer with the Marine Corp after he saw the effects of 9/11. After majoring in international relations at Williams College, he joined the Marines in 2004. Three months post-graduation, he... Read more
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KIVI Boise
National Signing Day for IdahoEagle High School Signing Day: Josh Gliege—Texas A&M--golf Connor Armstrong—M
National Signing Day for Idaho
KIVI Boise / Posted 7 days ago
Eagle High School Signing Day: Josh Gliege—Texas A&M--golf Connor Armstrong—Monmouth College—lacrosse Justin Walker—University of Idaho—football Martha Tooley—College of Idaho—softball Bradie Fillmore—University of California,... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg native to speak at Chapman Cultural Center“I remember going to a couple of amazing exhibits at the Greenville County Muse
Spartanburg native to speak at Chapman Cultural Center
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 8 days ago
“I remember going to a couple of amazing exhibits at the Greenville County Museum of Art and certainly taking art classes in high school,” said Postma, a 1995 graduate of Spartanburg High School. "But my passion for it didn't really develop until I... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg native to speak at Chapman Cultural CenterWhile growing up in Spartanburg, art was only a secondary interest for Jan Post
Spartanburg native to speak at Chapman Cultural Center
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 8 days ago
While growing up in Spartanburg, art was only a secondary interest for Jan Postma. “I remember going to a couple of amazing exhibits at the Greenville County Museum of Art and certainly taking art classes in high school,” said Postma, a 1995... Read more
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CNET
Bose's new beatBob Maresca had just returned from a product launch event in New York when he g
Bose's new beat
CNET / Posted 8 days ago
Bob Maresca had just returned from a product launch event in New York when he got the call. His boss and mentor, 83-year-old Amar Bose, had been rushed to Lahey Hospital in Burlington, Massachusetts, and they didn't know whether he'd make it through... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
National signing day: Area non-football signingsArea high school athletes who signed with college programs, as reported by scho
National signing day: Area non-football signings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 8 days ago
Area high school athletes who signed with college programs, as reported by school athletic departments. This list will be continuously updated throughout the day. Atlantic Coast: Adwin Ashman, soccer, Laselle College; Jesua Acsa, soccer, UCF; Nick... Read more
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Boston Globe
MIT and Harvard among the schools ‘most likely to pay you back,’ according to The Princeton ReviewWith college costs skyrocketing across the board, it’s important for any prospe
MIT and Harvard among the schools ‘most likely to pay you back,’ according to The Princeton Review
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
With college costs skyrocketing across the board, it’s important for any prospective student to take the Return On Investment (ROI) of each university into consideration. To help make the decision easier, The Princeton Review released their... Read more
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The News & Observer
Northern High’s Matt Hunt is NC Principal of the Year finalist | News & Observer February 1, 2016 4:21 PM Hunt one of eight regional fina
Northern High’s Matt Hunt is NC Principal of the Year finalist
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
| News & Observer February 1, 2016 4:21 PM Hunt one of eight regional finalists for state title State winner will be... Read more
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Daily Princetonian
Third Wintersession offers many classes to students631 students were enrolled in the 58 courses offered for the third annual Winte
Third Wintersession offers many classes to students
Daily Princetonian / Posted 10 days ago
631 students were enrolled in the 58 courses offered for the third annual Wintersession which took place from Jan. 25 to 30 this year, according to Undergraduate Student Government Wintersession Committee Head Jacob Cannon ’ 17. Wintersession is a... Read more
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The Atlantic
Who Should Pay for the Arts in America?One morning last August I visited Williams College in Massachusetts to teach a
Who Should Pay for the Arts in America?
The Atlantic / Posted 11 days ago
One morning last August I visited Williams College in Massachusetts to teach a workshop on “building a life in the arts” with a group of racially, geographically, and economically diverse young people working at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Former Williams standout Robinson having success at MichiganBut if you ask the man himself. "In terms of what I've been able to do on the
Former Williams standout Robinson having success at Michigan
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 12 days ago
But if you ask the man himself. "In terms of what I've been able to do on the court, I definitely thought I was capable of this to say the least," Robinson said. "Obviously, it's really exciting and it's been a lot of fun." Why wouldn't it be fun... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
College roundup: Williams men take over top spot in NESCAC hockeyWILLIAMSTOWN >> Williams College scored on the game's first shot on goal,
College roundup: Williams men take over top spot in NESCAC hockey
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 12 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Williams College scored on the game's first shot on goal, and Noah Klag did the rest Friday night, to put the Ephs into first place in NESCAC. Klag made 20 saves for his second shutout while Zander Masucci had a goal and an... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
David H. YoungBorn in New Rochelle on Oct. 14, 1928, he was the son of Walter Halsey and Lola
David H. Young
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 13 days ago
Born in New Rochelle on Oct. 14, 1928, he was the son of Walter Halsey and Lola (Robinson) Young and the grandson of James Addison Young. He grew up in New Rochelle, and then attended Williams College in Massachusetts, where he received his Bachelor... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Art Institute's mission isn't new to James Rondeau: he helped steer itJames Rondeau, the newly named president and Eloise W. Martin Director of the A
Art Institute's mission isn't new to James Rondeau: he helped steer it
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 14 days ago
James Rondeau, the newly named president and Eloise W. Martin Director of the Art Institute of Chicago, comes to his new position with a clear sense of mission. As he should. Rondeau helped define it, having spent the past 18 years at the museum,... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Lanesborough fourth-graders learn to look at world through 'BioEYES'LANESBOROUGH >> For the past week, the fourth-grade classrooms of Sean Ma
Lanesborough fourth-graders learn to look at world through 'BioEYES'
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 14 days ago
LANESBOROUGH >> For the past week, the fourth-grade classrooms of Sean MacDonald and Jenn Syzmanski at Lanesborough Elementary School have been transformed into satellite biology laboratories, where kids could study genetics, embryonic... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
James Rondeau named new Art Institute of Chicago directorThe Art Institute of Chicago's search for a new leader was deemed "internationa
James Rondeau named new Art Institute of Chicago director
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
The Art Institute of Chicago's search for a new leader was deemed "international." Its choice, announced Thursday, was hyper-regional, a man who had been in the building all along. James Rondeau, the highly regarded chair of the museum's department... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Williams men's basketball falls to AmherstWILLIAMSTOWN >> The Williams College men's basketball team fell behind in
Williams men's basketball falls to Amherst
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 14 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN >> The Williams College men's basketball team fell behind in a big way early Wednesday night against arch-rival Amherst. Every time Williams tried to come back against Amherst, the visitors came through with a clutch shot or a... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Red carpet rolls out for Montville Twp. High School’s STARSThe Montville Township Board of Education (BOE) recognized the Montville Townsh
Red carpet rolls out for Montville Twp. High School’s STARS
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 15 days ago
The Montville Township Board of Education (BOE) recognized the Montville Township High School (MTHS) ShopRite STARS for the second marking period at its meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Kenneth Nadzak, MTHS assistant principal, presented the winners to... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Eagles have tough time against HordeARLINGTON >> In basketball, sometimes the hoop looks to be three feet wid
Eagles have tough time against Horde
Bennington Banner / Posted 16 days ago
ARLINGTON >> In basketball, sometimes the hoop looks to be three feet wide, like you'll never miss, no matter what kind of shots you take. And then there's the other side, where the hoop basically has a lid on it. That was the case on Monday... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
College roundup: Pinard and Mitsuyama earn national honors for EphsKANSAS CITY, MO. >> Williams College women's soccer coach Michelyne Pinar
College roundup: Pinard and Mitsuyama earn national honors for Ephs
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 17 days ago
KANSAS CITY, MO. >> Williams College women's soccer coach Michelyne Pinard and midfielder Mai Mitsuyama have been named the best at what they do. Pinard has been named the national women's coach of the year by D3soccer.com, while Mitsuyama was... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Local roundup: Williams men's basketball falls at MiddleburyMIDDLEBURY, VT. >> The red-hot Williams College men's basketball team had
Local roundup: Williams men's basketball falls at Middlebury
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 17 days ago
MIDDLEBURY, VT. >> The red-hot Williams College men's basketball team had its winning streak stopped Sunday afternoon. Host Middlebury rallied from a five-point halftime deficit and pulled away for a 75-69 win. The defeat was Williams' first... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Williams women post 66-49 win over MiddleburyWILLIAMSTOWN >> Seven days ago, the Williams College women's basketball t
Williams women post 66-49 win over Middlebury
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 18 days ago
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Seven days ago, the Williams College women's basketball team was mired in a bit of a slump. Not anymore. After dropping three out of four games, the Ephs completed a weekend NESCAC sweep by beating Middlebury 66-49 on Sunday... Read more
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