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.
The history of the Middle East comes alive through food in visiting professor Febe Armanios’ integrative course.
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.
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.
After being diagnosed with cancer, Isa Catto ’87 found joy in meaningful giving alongside other Williams women.
First-time moot court participants Emily Gubin ’24 and Alice Wanamaker ’25 took Williams to the American Moot Court Association national competition.
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.
Meg Bossong ’05 uses an unlikely source—The Bachelor/ette franchise—to talk about good and bad relationships in a Winter Study course.
A Winter Study course offers students the chance to explore the culture of Austria through music, art, food, dance, language, skiing and more.
Williams friends helped Austin Duncan ’02 recover from a traumatic brain injury—and inspired his National Science Foundation-funded doctoral and postdoc research.