A class project connects the “entwined histories of liberation movements against racism, enslavement and imperialism” to the present day through a podcast that features student interviews with alums working in civil rights and human rights.
A field trip to the New England coast and guest speakers bring to life concepts learned in the classroom in the introductory course Oceanography, taught by geosciences professor Mea Cook.
In a series of videos, Williams staff and faculty discuss how works of art installed in the college museum’s Object lab enhance teaching and learning across the curriculum.
When you need a quiet corner of campus but the libraries are full, these off-the-beaten-path locations offer great spaces to focus.
During a 44-year Williams coaching career so successful it “bends the known laws of the universe,” Pete Farwell ’73 helped countless runners find their way, writes Stephen Lane ’93 in this essay.
Anthropology professor David Edwards is working with students from Williams, the American University of Afghanistan and Central European University on a documentary about the lives of Afghan and Ukrainian refugees living in Europe.
Williams is continuing to hone its approach to healthy meals while also keeping a close eye on the health of the planet as part of the Cool Food Pledge.
H.E. Dr. Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, president of Iceland, had a series of meetings with students, faculty and staff on Nov. 9—just the second time the college has hosted a head of state on campus.
Photographs and videos capture the excitement of Homecoming Weekend at Williams.
The Williams Handbell Choir attracts students with all levels of ability, from beginners to proficient musicians.