Williams Announces New Museum Director Christina Olsen

After a six-month national search, Christina Olsen of the Portland Art Museum is named as the Class of 1956 Director of the Williams College Museum of Art.

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Williams College Awards Tenure to Eight Faculty Members

Following the recommendation of the Committee on Appointments and Promotions, the Board of Trustees has promoted eight faculty to associate professor with tenure.

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Derivative vs. Integral: Final Smackdown

Math professors Colin Adams and Tom Garrity settle it once and for all.

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A Muslim for All Williams Seasons

Bilal Ansari, Williams’ first Muslim chaplain and associate coordinator of community engagement: balancing the sacred and the secular

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Update on Nov. 12 hate crime

A message from Sarah Bolton, Steve Klass, and Mike Reed provides the latest on the investigation and a newly convened task force on bias-incident response.

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Arts & Minds

Art inspires and transforms

Two graduate art history alumnae bring the skills they learned at Williams to the citizens of New York.

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A Defining Decade

A half-century ago, Jack Sawyer became Williams’ 11th president, ushering in a period of dramatic change for the college. A look at his leadership and his legacy.

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How to Pay Attention to a Poem

Understanding Robert Frost’s “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” is about “noticing, and then noticing what you notice,” says English professor and award-winning poet Lawrence Raab.

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A Nashville Cat

Marcus Hummon ’84 has spent much of his life, as he puts it, “finding a range of musical solutions to telling a story.”

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A Sense of Self

How the liberal arts shaped the life of Williams Bicentennial Medalist Navjeet K. Bal ’84.

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