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In Good Company

In memory of Stephen Sondheim ’50, who died on Nov. 26, 2021, we share this spring 2020 Williams Magazine article about his musical theater—and Williams—legacies.

Headshot of Rebecca Kuo '22

Making the Cut

Rebecca Kuo ’22 talks about her work on the new Netflix docuseries Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space.

The brightly painted "Cool Bus" Brad Wasserman, Williams Class of 1996, uses for vaccines in the pediatric practice he works with

A Shot at Normalcy

With Covid vaccines now available for kids ages 5-11, pediatrician Brad Wasserman ’96 discusses their rollout, addressing parents’ concerns and how he converted his 1978 school bus into a clinic.

Students help prepare lunch

Food for Thought

The Log Lunch brings together students, staff and faculty for a vegetarian meal prepared by students, followed by a talk on an important environmental issue.

STORIES

Spectators at homecoming at Williams in November 2021

Homecoming 2021

Enjoy photo highlights from this year’s Homecoming, the first in-person event for alumni, family and friends since the start of the pandemic.

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Serving Student Veterans

Assistant Dean of Students Tamanika Steward talks about helping student veterans thrive both inside and outside the classroom.

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From (Oyster) Farm to Table to World

As president of Island Creek Oysters, Chris Sherman ’07 is passionate about educating communities about the value of aquaculture and expanding access to sustainably farmed oysters.

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A Great Day of Service

Williams students took the opportunity to learn about—and give back to—the Berkshires community during a service day organized by student-run Lehman Community Engagement.

Fall in the Purple Valley

Experience the beauty of fall 2021 around the Williams College campus.

members of the campus community gather for Storytime, a weekly program where Williams people share their personal stories.

Stories that Connect

Founding—and running—the weekly Storytime program as a student taught Pei-Ru Ko ’09 that “when we share from our heart and are listened to generously, the connection transcends boundaries and heals divides.”

BOOKS

Modern Art and the Remaking of Human Disposition

Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen, associate director of the Graduate Program in the History of Art

SPORTS

12/2: Williams Men's Basketball defeats Worcester State University 70-57 at home.

11/28: Williams Men's Ice Hockey defeated by Oswego State 1-3 at home.

11/28: Williams Men's Basketball defeats SUNY-Delhi 74-67 away.

11/27: Williams Men's Ice Hockey defeated by Oswego State 0-3 at home.

11/23: Williams Women's Basketball defeated by Springfield College 59-64 at home.