Dream Job at Fenway

Darren Hartwell ’13 spent a memorable summer covering the Red Sox as an intern with ESPNBoston

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Professor Lee Park

Williams Thinking: Ideas That Matter

Williams Thinking gives the community insight into the quality of the intellectual life on campus.

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Mike Russo

A Coaching Legacy 33 Years in the Making

Men’s soccer coach Mike Russo enters his 33rd year of coaching at Williams with a slew of national honors, the admiration of his colleagues and players, and the energy and enthusiasm of a first-year coach.

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A “Philosophy” to Mark 25 Years

The Class of 1986 celebrated its 25th reunion in an unusual way: by commissioning an original classical music piece.

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Celebrating Summer Research

Poster presentations highlight research findings and student-faculty collaborations.

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Sawyer Library

Buildings That Teach: Sawyer Library

Each year, as classes begin and students adjust to their weekly workloads, students lay claim to their work spaces in Sawyer.

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Spencer Studio Art

Buildings That Teach: Spencer Studio Art Building

Constructed for the dedicated purpose of making, creating, and sharing thoughts and artworks, Spencer brings together the campus art community.

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The Rose Study Gallery

Buildings That Teach: WCMA’s Rose Study Gallery

The Rose Study Gallery is a teaching classroom located inside of the Williams College Museum of Art. Once a public part of the museum, it was converted from a gallery to a classroom.

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Ringing the Williams Bells

Bell Ringer Extraordinaire: Listen to the farewell concert by Will Slack ’11

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Courtesy of the US Air Force

Disaster in Japan – An Expert Perspective

Robert Budnitz, a nuclear engineer at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, provides perspective on the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

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