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The Williams Record
The Williams Record, founded in 1885, is the independent student newspaper at Williams College. The paper publishes 3,000 copies in broadsheet form once a week, on Wednesdays, and covers news and events relevant to campus. Space is also provided for letters to the editor and op-eds written by members of the Williams community.
Though the Record is listed alongside other student organizations, it receives no funding from the administration or College Council. Publication is funded through advertising, subscriptions and online contributions. If you read the Record regularly but do not hold a subscription, please consider making a contribution to support our continued publication.
If you are a Williams College student you are eligible to join the Record as a member of our editorial or business staff.
|Type of group||student media|
|Membership||12-15 editors, 30-40 writers, 5-10 photographers and 5-8 business staff members|
|Meeting time||Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.|
|Meeting place||Record office|
|Office||89 Spring St.; second floor of the Paresky Center as of January 2007|