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Octet – Save The Last Dance For Me

We need more videos at EphBlog. Who will post them?

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Midd Kidd

Last video of the summer (from me).

And, yes, I realize that this is not a Williams video. But it is excellent! What amazing quality. Surely we have some Williams students who could do just as well . . .

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Ephlats: Come On Eileen

More Williams singing groups ought to create videos outside of their concerts. Your families and friends would love them, and so would EphBlog!

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Sankofa

Good stuff. But how about some more recent dance videos, ideally put together with multiple camera angles?

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What a Feeling

Good stuff. Forward to 2:05 to see Morty dancing.

More students should create videos like this.

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Can’t Let Go of College A Capella Disorder

Still the funniest Eph video ever.

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Bill Ryan ’62: My Physics Final

Great story!

For all our faculty readers: What stories will your students remember 50 years from now?

That is the last Every Person Has a Story video. Did you like them? Should the College create more?

Since readers seem to like videos, I will continue the Tuesday/Thursday schedule for the rest of the summer. Suggestions welcome!

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Williams Reunion Rangers Say “Thanks!”

Not an official part of the of the Every Person Has a Story project, but uploaded by the same person on YouTube. Apparently a “Video sent to 2006 Williams College Alumni Fund Donors,” presumably via e-mail.

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Tom Hayne ’59: Sleeping Outside

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John Burghardt ’61: My Dog Beats Bowdoin

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Sulgi Lim ’06: Wasabi

Sulgi has also kindly helped out EphBlog over the years. Many thanks!

With regards to her story, as my wife explains to my daughters, (Williams) men are (sometimes!) idiots . . .

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Gregg Peterson ’72: The Walk

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Jay Tarses ’61: Flunking Out

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Mike Glier ’75: Intimidation and Encouragement

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Harry Sheehy ’75: Gaudino Exam

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Isaac Nicholson ’11 and Mike Leon ’11

We published this storying of hijacking an admissions tour last year. But it is worth a second viewing!

Do readers like these videos? I think they are great fun. Comments welcome!

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Juan Baena ’06: My Father’s Dream

Big thanks to Juan for all the help he has provided to me/EphBlog over the years.

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Kendall James ’84: Birth of the Springstreeters

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Merce Blanchard ’55: Buster’ Takes One for Williams LAX

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Donna Ching ’84: Dateless

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Jim Christian ’82: Travels with Whit Stoddard

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Ariel Williams ’10: My Williams Photo Debacle

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Lizzy Brickley ’10: Finding Out that I Was a JA

These EPHS (Every Person Has a Story) videos are wonderful. So, I am going to post two a week for the rest of the summer, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 AM. Enjoy!

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A Good Day To Be An Eph

Fun video by, I’m guessing, a current First Year:

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The Eyes’ Have It …


The SOTU rebuttal! So there we were on CNN, the flag, the “We the People” graphic, the tea kettle on the boil … why didn’t the director tell me (R MN) which camera was taking the shot? And body language is soooo important! Uffda!

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0111/48214.html

Ed note: for those uncertain of ‘uffda’

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Hip-Hop at Williams College

Interesting YouTube video, initially posted in December, 2008, about hip-hop culture at Williams.  Since I know nothing about hip-hop in general, let alone its presence at Williams, I’ll leave it to others to offer their views.  My only real memory of hip-hop on campus from my time at Williams was the Tribe Called Quest / De La Soul show during my first year (I helped work the lights), at which, if memory serves, some of the performers were clearly disenchanted with the level of knowledge / enthusiasm from the crowd.  Oh, and speaking of hip-hop, Kid Cudi played Towne Field House on Friday night.  Any reactions / photos / videos from those in attendance?

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The First Year at Williams, Circa 1991

Randomly appearing on YouTube, an awesomely dated (admissions?) video about first-year life at Williams (although in some ways, amazing how little has changed). I recognize members of the class of 1995, so I assume this is from around 1991. The fantastic clothes and hair certainly back that up …

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Eph Gives Nuns the Finger …

… among other indignities suffered by Jennifer Dorr White ’81, aka Julianna McKannis, in her latest appearance on the Onion News Network:

Has Obama Failed To Reduce Hostility Toward Obnoxious Americans Abroad?

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Sage D Song

An effort by some first years. Kudos for creating the music and lyrics, but we still need some video. Midd Kid is, frustratingly, much better.

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Television, anyone?

Does Williams have any groups which produce television shows for a local public access station? Is there such a station on the local cable system? Is there a television studio or television studio-like space on campus? I ask because I would think that anyone interested in journalism as a career would find it useful to be able to work on television production while in school, in much the same way that benefits accrue from working on the Record or working at WCFM (does the station still exist?)

Here in Arlington, there is a local non-profit which produces a roundtable discussion on different topics which is broadcast periodically on the local cable system. I’m sure Williams students could do just as good a job, if not better, on any number of topics:

News for Our Future (NfOF), Epidode 2 from Our Task on Vimeo.

If you fast forward to about 21:25 on the video, you can see a possible member of the Williams class of 2024 talking about recycling. Nick is a much better talker than I was at that age…

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