WCMA embarks on a project to assess its 15,000 objects.
Bicentennial Medalist Anita Earls ’81 on bringing our full selves to the fight.
Giuseppina Forte teaches at the intersection of architecture and environmental studies.
History professor Jessica Chapman tackles decolonization and the Cold War in her latest book.
Through performance, Africana studies professor Rashida Braggs explores Black women jazz musicians in Paris.
Whether she’s in the classroom or the Oval Office, Sneha Revanur ’26 is changing the conversation about artificial intelligence.
Students participate in artist and art professor Pallavi Sen’s garden/art installation at the Clark Art Institute.
A look at the campus buildings that have already received distinctive certifications for their sustainability.
Williams senior Cole Mason is one of 32 people to receive a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship for 2024.