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Live From Studio 275

Studio 275 offers a state-of-the-art recording space—plus lessons in using recording and editing software—for Williams musicians, podcasters, dancers and more.

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A Taste of the Middle East

The history of the Middle East comes alive through food in visiting professor Febe Armanios’ integrative course.

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Zine Scene

Students and faculty are exploring ideas and identities in zines—self-published, small-circulation magazines that are becoming increasingly popular on campus and in the classroom.

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Word Play

Professor of English Shawn Rosenheim connects Edgar Allan Poe’s relationship to cryptography, the genius and transformative power of language, and our obsession with Wordle.

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Giving Back Purposefully

After being diagnosed with cancer, Isa Catto ’87 found joy in meaningful giving alongside other Williams women.

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Team Effort

First-time moot court participants Emily Gubin ’24 and Alice Wanamaker ’25 took Williams to the American Moot Court Association national competition.

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Claiming Williams 2022

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.

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Here for the Right Reasons

Meg Bossong ’05 uses an unlikely source—The Bachelor/ette franchise—to talk about good and bad relationships in a Winter Study course.

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A Taste of Austria

A Winter Study course offers students the chance to explore the culture of Austria through music, art, food, dance, language, skiing and more.

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Austin Duncan, Williams Class of 2002, surrounded by family and Williams friends outside a hospital in Seattle, Washington, on his 23rd birthday, the day he regained consciousness after a traumatic brain injury.

Friendships That Help Healing

Williams friends helped Austin Duncan ’02 recover from a traumatic brain injury—and inspired his National Science Foundation-funded doctoral and postdoc research.

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