Two people sit in chairs on a stage while one speaks, holding a microphone.

Supporting Women’s Health

Learning how to help others through “big reproductive moments” inspired midwife-in-training Elizabeth Curtis ’17 to found Williams’ Berkshire Doula Project, now six years strong.

Collage of symbols including trees, energy, buildings, nature, etc., to represent green initiatives

Environmental Accolades

The college has been recognized for its work integrating sustainability into campus operations and embedding it into decision-making, learning and organizational culture.

Group photo of the 2023-24 Global Scholars

Global Support

Williams’ inaugural cohort of 12 Global Scholars hit the ground running in the fall.

A group of students stand in a line in the grass on a sunny fall day with mountains and blue sky with clouds in the background. One is holding a microphone.

A Glorious Mountain Day

A video and collection of photographs highlight the fun of Mountain Day, which took place on Oct. 13.

A group of students walking in the woods. Fall foliage lines the path, which is bordered by a stone wall and has an open green field on the other side.

It’s Mountain Day!

President Maud S. Mandel canceled classes on Friday, and the bells rang out “The Mountains” to signify the start of Williams’ beloved tradition, Mountain Day.

A frontal view of Pallavi Sen's garden and installation at the Clark.

Sen Garden

Students expanded their knowledge of horticulture by working in a garden/art installation created by art professor Pallavi Sen at the Clark.

Portrait of Sneha Revanur ’26

Shaping the Future of AI

At a time when artificial intelligence seems to be developing with increasing speed, Sneha Revanur ’26 and the group she founded, Encode Justice, urge policymakers to set some humanistic ground rules.

Milo Chang '24 on the steps of the U.S. Capitol with a view of the National Mall in the background.

Experiential Learning

This past summer, 203 students participated in the Alumni Sponsored Internship Program (ASIP), which provides students with first-hand career—and life—experience in a variety of fields. 

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Connecting Classmates

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, class co-secretaries Joe Bessey ’66 and John Gould ’66 have kept their classmates in touch with one another through almost-daily emails.

Cinthya Maldonado ’23 in an office space at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Carbone Cancer Clinic

Career Explorers

Twenty Williams students and recent graduates were awarded Class of 1968 Career Explorer grants supporting a range of short-term learning experiences over the summer.