Experience the beauty of fall 2021 around the Williams College campus.
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.”
Miata Edoga ’94, founder of Abundance Bound, helps entertainment professionals and entrepreneurs take control of their finances through honest conversations about money.
Anne L’Hommedieu-Sanderson ’84, co-director and co-founder of ThinkerAnalytix, aims to change the public’s relationship with arguments—often with the help of Williams interns.
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.
A new collection of photos and a video let you experience—or re-live—the magic of Mountain Day, which took place earlier this month.
On Friday morning President Maud S. Mandel canceled classes and the bells rang out “The Mountains,” signifying the start of Mountain Day.
An ongoing public art installation outside the college museum shares messages of safety and healing from the campus community during the pandemic.
Williams Libraries celebrates the longtime friendship between Sterling A. Brown, Class of 1922, and Duke Ellington with a 175-song playlist from Brown’s record collection, part of the college archives.
Every week during the Covid pandemic, Dan Cohn-Sherbok ’66 has drawn a cartoon of the college, shared via his class’s blog as a digital jigsaw puzzle.