Williams Receiver Sets School Records in Win

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Frank Stola set Williams College records by catching four touchdowns and compiling 233 yards in receiving as the Ephs beat Tufts, 44-8 on Saturday.
 
Bobby Maimaron completed 20 passes for 289 yards and ran for 102 yards.
 
Williams (1-1) hosts Bowdoin next Saturday.
 
Field Hockey
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Claire Fitzpatrick scored in the 47th minute to give Williams a 1-0 win over Trinity.
 
Abby Lloyd stopped two shots to earn the win goal for Williams (3-1, 2-1 NESCAC), which hosts St. John Fisher on Sunday at noon.
 
Women's Soccer
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Trinity's Aspen Hawkins scored in the 71st minute to give the Bantams a 2-1 win over Williams.
 
Emma Lynch scored, and Whitney Lincoln stopped three shots for the Ephs (2-2-1, 2-2 NESCAC), who host Castleton State on Sunday at noon.
 
Men's Soccer
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Will Felitto had a goal and an assist to lead Williams to a 2-0 win over Trinity.
 
Demian Gass scored a goal, and Michael Davis made two saves to earn the win in goal.
 
Williams (3-2-1, 2-1) hosts Amherst on Saturday.
 
Women's Volleyball
BRISTOL, R.I. -- Roger Williams came back from a 2-1 deficit to earn a five-set win over Williams.
 
Erin Denham and Lydia Kurtz led the Ephs with 14 and 13 kills, respectively.
 
Williams (8-3) goes to Hamilton on Friday.
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Williamstown's Racial Equity Committee Discusses Core Principles

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Diversity, Inclusion and Racial Equity Committee on Monday discussed a statement of principles to guide the group's work as it seeks to work for justice in the college town of 7,700.
 
Among those principles: a recognition of the current injustice.
 
"We are beginning from the assumption that, like every other community in the U.S., our town and its residents are impacted by racism," the fourth paragraph of a seven-paragraph draft document reads. "Our work is to discover if our town's institutions and rules (policies, laws and regulations) deliberately or inadvertently encode such inequalities. Our goal is not to assess blame, but to seek accountability where appropriate and change where needed."
 
Committee members Aruna D'Souza and Kerri Nicoll developed the draft. And although there was no formal vote to adopt the language on Monday, there appeared to be general agreement that the pair had captured the spirit of the committee.
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