With Covid vaccines now available for kids ages 5-11, pediatrician Brad Wasserman ’96 discusses their rollout, addressing parents’ concerns and how he converted his 1978 school bus into a clinic.
Enjoy photo highlights from this year’s Homecoming, the first in-person event for alumni, family and friends since the start of the pandemic.
Rebecca Kuo ’22 talks about her work on the new Netflix docuseries Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space.
Richard Levy ’74 reminisces on the 50th anniversary of “The Walk,” recognized by Sports Illustrated as the best postgame football tradition in America.
Assistant Dean of Students Tamanika Steward talks about helping student veterans thrive both inside and outside the classroom.
Through Nov. 15, alumni can give back to the college—while giving back to their communities—as part of the Biggest Little Community initiative.
The Log Lunch brings together students, staff and faculty for a vegetarian meal prepared by students, followed by a talk on an important environmental issue.
Williams celebrates first-generation students with special networking and social events, as well as an online conversation with Williams Firsts students and alumni.
As president of Island Creek Oysters, Chris Sherman ’07 is passionate about educating communities about the value of aquaculture and expanding access to sustainably farmed oysters.
Williams students took the opportunity to learn about—and give back to—the Berkshires community during a service day organized by student-run Lehman Community Engagement.