Political science professor Justin Crowe ’03 discusses with alumni experts the ripple effects of recent changes in the U.S. Supreme Court’s people and perspectives.
As Title IX celebrates its 50th year, Williams alumnae examine its extensive reach in higher education and its continuing evolution.
Artist and Bicentennial Medal awardee, Pamela Council’s ’07 work combines the disciplines of sculpture, architecture, writing and performance.
An interdisciplinary research project engages with the geology and musicality of Ireland’s coast.
A new course teaches students to focus on creativity and imagination as much as the finished product.
Williams students now have access to a birch bark manuscript rarely found in North American collections.
An interview with Cappy Hill ’76, an expert on improving access to higher education and new board member of the Warrior-Scholar Project.
A look at some of the college’s recent progress toward increasing its commitment to sustainability.
A new center for faculty provides programs, workshops and resources focused on teaching and pedagogy.
A new alumni-led fundraising effort supports Williams’ Davis Center Initiative.
Six distinguished alumni receive Bicentennial Medals at Convocation in September.