Williams Men's Soccer Reaches NCAA Final Four

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GAMBIER, Ohio -- David Wang scored in the 83rd minute Sunday to send the Williams College men's soccer team to a 1-0 win over Kenyon and a berth in the NCAA Division III Final Four.
Nick Boardman assisted on the goal at 82 minutes, 19 seconds of the match.
Ben Diffley made one save to earn the win in goal for Williams (9-1-11), which will face the University of Mary Washington on Dec. 1 in Salem, Va., in the national semi-finals.
Women's Basketball
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Maddy Mandyck recorded a triple double Sunday to lead Williams to a 56-40 win over Stevenson.
Mandyck led all players in points (13), rebounds (16) and blocks (12) in the victory.
Williams (3-0) goes to Springfield College on Tuesday.
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Clark Art: Opening Lecture for Promenades on Paper

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Saturday, Dec. 17 at 2 pm, the Clark Art Institute hosts a lecture by exhibition curator and Clark-Getty Paper Project Curatorial Fellow Sarah Grandin in conjunction with the opening of "Promenades on Paper: Eighteenth-Century Drawings from the Bibliothèque nationale de France."
Grandin shares the  history of the national library of France's collections, and how that shaped the selection of works included in the Clark's exhibition. The free talk is presented in the Clark's auditorium.
According to a press release:
In partnership with the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF), the Clark is organizing the first exhibition ever presented of eighteenth-century French drawings from the National Library of France's extensive collection. The selection of eighty-four enchanting studies, architectural plans, albums, sketchbooks, prints, and optical devices expands understanding of drawing as a tool of documentation and creation in the age of Enlightenment, spanning the domains of natural history, current events, theater design, landscape, and portraiture. Displayed together, these objects immerse audiences in the world of eighteenth-century France—a world shaped by invention, erudition, and spectacle. Works by celebrated artists of the period such as François Boucher (1703–1770) and Gabriel de Saint-Aubin (1724–1780) are featured alongside exquisite drawings by lesser-known practitioners, including talented women, royal children, and visionary architects.
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