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resources this week

Dear Students,

I hope this note finds you well. Last week I wrote to remind you about resources that might be helpful to you during this last big push through finals period. A few folks have asked me to provide more information.

If you or someone you care about needs a helping hand this week, please encourage them to reach out to the Dean’s Office, the Davis Center, the Health Center, the Office of Student Life, or the Chaplain’s office.

For the rest of this week, the Dean’s Office, Psychological Services, and the Chaplains office are available for daily walk-in support.

The Chaplains office will be open for the remainder of this week from 7:30-9:30 pm if you’d like to spend some time with a chaplain. You are also welcome to drop by or call for an appointment during regular office hours.

Psychological Services is available for same day appointments for the rest of this week; give them a call at x 2353

The Dean’s Office has walk-in hours for the rest of this week from 12:30-2:30. You are also welcome to call for an appointment if those times don’t work for you.

Best wishes for a wonderful wrap up to the semester.

All best wishes,
Dean Sandstrom

Marlene J. Sandstrom
Dean of the College and Hales Professor of Psychology
Williams College
Phone: (413) 597-4261
Fax: (413) 597-3507

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#1 Comment By international student ’17 On May 20, 2017 @ 3:08 pm

The Williams Nanny State is alive and well and thriving under the leadership of Sandstrom. Is all this really necessary? How many “few folks” exactly warranted this email, and potentially, this expansion of services?

#2 Comment By JCD On May 20, 2017 @ 4:03 pm

Ironically, some of the best resources to assist Williams College students are off campus. For example, Scott Johnson at http://www.powerlineblog.com has just published some great material regarding junior Zach Wood, a leader of the Uncomfortable Learning speakers’ program.

Meet Zach Wood

As Johnson notes, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has given Wood a national platform by publishing one of his columns and making a wonderful 2016 video. For students who are oppressed by the Williams College ideological nanny state, there are plenty of folks off campus who are willing to provide their support and encouragement.