Williams Football Tops Bowdoin

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Jack Dickinson threw for 128 yards and a touchdown and ran for 59 yards and a touchdown Saturday to lead the Williams College football team to a 24-14 win over Bowdoin.
 
Williams (1-1) is home again on Saturday to face Tufts.
 
Field Hockey
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Emily Batchelor had a hat trick to lead Williams to a 4-1 win over Colby.
 
Williams (4-2, 1-2 NESCAC) is at Bowdoin on Sunday.
 
Men's Soccer
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Williams keeper Ben Diffley made one save in a 0-0 tie with Colby.
 
Williams (2-0-4, 1-0-2) is at Bowdoin on Sunday.
 
Women's Soccer
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Emma Lynch scored in the 86th minute to give Williams a 2-1 win over Colby.
 
Claire Tolliver scored a tying goal for the visitors after the Mules opened the scoring in the eighth minute.
 
Margaret Huelin and Leyla Kamshad split time in goal for Williams, stopping three shots.
 
Williams (4-2, 3-1) is at Bowdoin on Sunday.
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Clark: Lecture On Ruskin's Watercolor Practice

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 5:30 pm, the Clark Art Institute's Research and Academic Program hosts a talk by historian Jeremy Melius (University of Oxford / Michael Ann Holly Fellow) that explores the aesthetic and ethical parameters of Victorian critic John Ruskin's watercolor practice. 
 
Free; no registration is required. For more information, visit clarkart.edu/events
 
According to a press release:
 
Ranging over the sheer variety of Ruskin's visual work—from nature studies to architectural fancies to copies after pictures of the past—Melius focuses on Ruskin's special engagement with his medium, and its ability to suggest things his words could never articulate. The talk, entitled "Ruskin Unpossessed," takes place in the Clark's auditorium and is free and open to the public. A reception in the Manton Research Center Reading Room at 5 pm precedes the program. 
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