First-time moot court participants Emily Gubin ’24 and Alice Wanamaker ’25 took Williams to the American Moot Court Association national competition.
Participate in a full day of events as we question how we can break the cycle of oppression, injustice, and the notion of effortless perfection that defines experiences at Williams and beyond.
Meg Bossong ’05 uses an unlikely source—The Bachelor/ette franchise—to talk about good and bad relationships in a Winter Study course.
A Winter Study course offers students the chance to explore the culture of Austria through music, art, food, dance, language, skiing and more.
Williams friends helped Austin Duncan ’02 recover from a traumatic brain injury—and inspired his National Science Foundation-funded doctoral and postdoc research.
A series organized by Williams Writing Center students offers insight into professors’ writing processes, how they teach writing and what writing means to them.
Using research and methods learned in the fall course Music Migration, Blues People and Wayward Women, students engaged in a semester-long project to develop courses based on their own academic interests.
George R. Goethals Distinguished Visiting Professor in Leadership Studies Ted Gup shares his thoughts on his Williams teaching experience during the fall 2021 semester.
W. Anthony Sheppard, Marylin and Arthur Levitt Professor of Music and chair of the music department, remembers the legacy of renowned composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim ’50, who died on Nov. 26, 2021.
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.