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portrait of Marshall Murray ’75 sitting on the bench wearing judges' robes with a wood-paneled wall behind him

Life’s Work

Judge Marshall Murray ’75 trains other judges to recognize and mitigate domestic violence. His belief that people can change comes from a personal place.

Map of the United States from the nonprofit website Wattime, showing the grid emissions intensity by electric grid.

Data, Driven

Students learned how to harness the power of big data to develop climate solutions—and pitched their proposals to industry professionals—during a new, three-week Winter Study course taught by nonprofit founder Gavin McCormick ’05.

Students gather around a map in the Winter Study course Maps: Past, Present and Future.

Academic Interlude

Winter Study allows students a chance to dig deep into their academic interests or pursue a new area of study altogether.

An illustration of a microphone, headphones, a record button and speech bubbles denotes the information shared in a podcast created by Professor Joy James' students.

Looking Outwards

A class project connects the “entwined histories of liberation movements against racism, enslavement and imperialism” to the present day through a podcast that features student interviews with alums working in civil rights and human rights.

Yvonne Hao (center), Williams Class of 2005, with PillPack cofounder TJ Parker (left) and Nader Kabbani (right), Amazon VP who oversaw the acquisition of PillPack, at the online pharmacy's distribution center in Manchester, N.H. Executives donned aprons to make pancakes for employees and to say thank you.

In a history-making appointment, Yvonne Hao ’95 is named secretary of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Economic Development.

Henry Ouellette, Williams Class of 2026, holds a blue crab during a trip with Professor Mea Cook's Oceanography Class to the New England seacoast

Drawn to the Ocean

A field trip to the New England coast and guest speakers bring to life concepts learned in the classroom in the introductory course Oceanography, taught by geosciences professor Mea Cook.


3/20: Williams Women's Tennis defeats No. 20 Caltech 7-2 away.

3/20: Williams Softball defeated by University of Redlands 0-7 (7 innings) away.

3/20: Williams Men's Tennis defeated by No. 30 Point Loma 2-5 away.

3/20: Williams Baseball defeats Knox College 11-6 at home.

3/19: Williams Softball defeated by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges 1-5 (7 innings) away.