A student leans over a desk writing on paper. A binder next to him says Warrior-Scholar Project, and he is in a classroom setting.

From Service to Scholarship

For the fourth year, Williams hosted the Warrior-Scholar Project’s boot camp—a weeklong academic program taught by Williams faculty, staff and alumni that helps those with a military background transition to college life.

A view of WCMA museum walls with art from the Object Lab fall 2023 exhibition.

Collection Connections

The fall 2023 Object Lab exhibition is on view now and features 40 works of art supporting classes in American studies, art history, art studio, computer science, history and dance. 

Members of the Class of 2023 march in front of flags from many nations during the Commencement ceremony

A Weekend to Remember

A celebration of the Class of 2023 in photos, videos and more!


Blending Art and Technology

A tech-based internship with the Williams College Museum of Art helped Will McCormick ’23 connect his seemingly disparate majors and influenced his art and next steps after college.

Women gathered in the lobby of a room with lots of windows and green trees behind them

A Legacy of Women

In May 2023, more than 250 women gathered in Williamstown to celebrate 50-plus years of coeducation and learn from this vibrant community.


The Path to Pineapple Street

Jenny Jackson ’01 went from studying Esmerelda Santiago and Sandra Cisneros at Williams to publishing them at Knopf—and now has written her own wildly popular book.

Illustration of the continent of Africa done in computer pixels

Public Scholarship

In a new global studies and political science course, Williams students worked to close a large gap in coverage of politics in Sub-Saharan Africa among English-language Wikipedia sites.

A crowd of students cheers with raised arms at an outdoor concert.

Spring Fling in Photos

Students celebrate the season with music, dancing, games, food trucks and more.

Students visiting with a flock of sheep for Earth Week.

Hands-on Learning

A flock of sheep spends the day on campus, marking the start of Earth Week and sparking research and conversation about the ancient Roman celebration Parilia, agriculture and textile-making.


DEI as Business Strategy

As CEO and president of the innovative Greyston Bakery, Joseph Kenner ’96 carries forward the organization’s Open Hiring strategy and teaches other businesses how to eliminate barriers to employment.