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The Williams Record
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|Type of group||student media|
|Selective||yes for editorial board members; no for all other staff|
|Membership||12-15 editors, 30-40 writers, 5-10 photographers and 5-8 business staff members|
|Meeting time||Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m.|
|Meeting place||Record office|
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.
Publication has traditionally been funded through advertising, subscriptions and online contributions; in 2010, however, as the newspaper struggled with structural deficits, College Council granted the Record a subsidy funded by an increase in the Student Activities Tax. 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.