Gargoyle Society

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In 1997-1998, the 103rd delegation of Gargoyle founded the Williams College Debate Union and held two wildly successful debates in Chapin Hall; worked to increase students-faculty interaction through a series of forums and other events; and organized an internship fair to help acquaint students with possibilities for summer and post-graduate employment.
Recently Gargoyle has proposed amendments to the Honor Code, examined the Williams advisory system, lobbied the administration on behalf of club sports, and hosted dinners to integrate the Center for Development Economics fellows into the broader Williams community.
As Gargoyle seeks to integrate the concerns of alumni, administration, faculty, and students, it provides an essential link between the past and the present at Williams, perpetuating a forum for the discussion of long-range as well as contemporary issues.