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Questions remain about surveillance cameras on Greylock buses

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Schools can hardly be blamed for wanting to decreasing the amount of time investigating problem behaviors. Cameras solve that problem. They’re cheap. They’re easy to install. And besides, everybody else has them.

Featured image a composite of public domain images created to represent the issue, not an actual school bus, graphic by Jason Velázquez.

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Stranger in a Strange Land: Akram Khan and XENOS

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Akram Khan doesn’t just perform his dances; he lives them. In XENOS, which played to a packed audience on February 21 at the Williams College ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, he isn’t just a formidable dancer, but also a skilled actor adept at storytelling through explosive movement, small gestures, and poignant moments of stillness.

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MCLA to host next “Social Change Series” film

“Good Kenyan girls become good Kenyan wives,” but Kena and Ziki long for something more. Despite the political rivalry between their families, the girls resist and remain close friends, supporting each other to pursue their dreams in a conservative society. When love blossoms between them, the two girls will be forced to choose between happiness

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Letter: Proposed Title IX Regulations Put Students at Greater Risk for Sexual Assault

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At a time when students face terrifyingly high rates of sexual assault on college campus (23% of female, 5% of male, and 24% of trans and gender non-conforming students), the federal government is cutting back protections in Title IX.

 

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Former SVU prosecutor says Berkshire DA office handling of rape case “a travesty”

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To the Editor:

I am an attorney, admitted to the bar for forty-five years, and write in regard to the race for District Attorney.

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Microdramas: A Program of Short Plays

Williams Theatre Department is excited to present an evening of five short plays, microdramas, directed and performed by Williams students mentored by Robert Baker-White. Short plays have always played an important role in the historical and contemporary repertoires of playwriting, while sometimes being overshadowed by the more conventional three-act play. The students have selected a

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Microdramas: A Program of Short Plays

Williams Theatre Department is excited to present an evening of five short plays, microdramas, directed and performed by Williams students mentored by Robert Baker-White. Short plays have always played an important role in the historical and contemporary repertoires of playwriting, while sometimes being overshadowed by the more conventional three-act play. The students have selected a

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Meiver De la Cruz — Workshop on Raqs al Baladi

Meiver De la Cruz is an accomplished dancer and teacher of Middle Eastern and North
African dance genres. Workshop on Raqs al Baladi, the main source dance of Egyptian style “Bellydance.” Open to all genders and levels.

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Meiver De la Cruz — “Dancing Remains”

Meiver De la Cruz is an accomplished dancer and teacher of Middle Eastern and North
African dance genres.

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Plenty #12: HEIRLOOM by design, at Greylock WORKS

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HEIRLOOM by Design, coming to Greylock WORKS in North Adams, Mass., July 28, will showcase some of the best artisan wares that the Berkshires region offers.

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Will Call Episode #56: Amy Holzapfel on Gender, Transgender, and Breaking the Glass Grid

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Breaking the Glass Grid: Gender and Transgender Bias Across the Performing Arts Industry

This is Episode #56 of Will Call, here at the Greylock Glass, released Tuesday, February 28, 2017.  I’m your host, Jason Velazquez, and I hope you’ve been enjoying our opening music, “Dark

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Will Call #39 — Home for the Holidays with Higher Ground

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A special “Home for the Holidays”concert on Friday, December 18 at 6 pm at The Williams Inn will benefit Higher Ground of Northern Berkshire, the non-profit that supports community members displaced by Tropical Storm Irene and advocates for affordable housing.

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