November 16 Print Edition: Bathrooms, Dodgeball, Elections, and More


Owen Tucker-Smith, Editor-in-Chief

Read twenty-two new stories in last week’s print edition, the Echo’s first paper presence in over a year. You can read it here.

In this issue:


  • Students Adjust to New Building
  • Actors Present Henry V
  • October Concerts at Chapin Come to an End
  • Lynn Lyons Addresses Anxiety
  • UN Environmental Report Induces Urgency
  • Unified Basketball Emerges
  • Midterm Elections: What You Need to Know


  • Students Express Concern Over Bathroom Signage
  • Williams Courses Give Students a Taste of College
  • 1 in 650: An Interview with Xavier Vilaubi
  • Sizeable Science Rooms Enhance Learning
  • Global Citizenship, the World, and History Curricula
  • Alumnus Spotlight: Eli Ostheimer
  • Senior Spotlight: Margo Smith


  • On the Toxicity of Dodgeball
  • On Division and Hate
  • You Need to Get Your Flu Shot – Now
  • Twin Advice: Twice as Nice

Arts & Living

  • The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • Pearls of North Adams: Public and Bright Ideas
  • A Prayer for Owen Meany: Heartbreaking and Timely