Jenny Jackson ’01 went from studying Esmerelda Santiago and Sandra Cisneros at Williams to publishing them at Knopf—and now has written her own wildly popular book.
In a new global studies and political science course, Williams students worked to close a large gap in coverage of politics in Sub-Saharan Africa among English-language Wikipedia sites.
Students celebrate the season with music, dancing, games, food trucks and more.
A flock of sheep spends the day on campus, marking the start of Earth Week and sparking research and conversation about the ancient Roman celebration Parilia, agriculture and textile-making.
As CEO and president of the innovative Greyston Bakery, Joseph Kenner ’96 carries forward the organization’s Open Hiring strategy and teaches other businesses how to eliminate barriers to employment.
Williams is starting a seed library so that community members can plant everything from small pots to gardens and deposit seeds from their plantings back into the collection.
Judge Marshall Murray ’75 trains other judges to recognize and mitigate domestic violence. His belief that people can change comes from a personal place.
A love of scenic design forged at Williams has led Polly Wood-Holland ’75 around the globe and onto sets as varied as “Annie,” “The Wiz” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”
The Williams FUNded Summer Experience Fair helped students find college-funded opportunities for summer internships, travel, research and more.
Students learned how to harness the power of big data to develop climate solutions—and pitched their proposals to industry professionals—during a new, three-week Winter Study course taught by nonprofit founder Gavin McCormick ’05.