“Manny and If” Reflect

Former College Council leaders Ifiok Inyang ’11 and Emanuel Yekutiel ’11 look back.

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Spotlight on Student Research

Antonio Lorenzo ’11 came to Williams serious about science.

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Squash With Street Cred

Members of Williams’ squash community prove the sport can be a pathway to success for inner-city kids.

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Unplanned Lessons: The Personal is Intellectual

When personal growth and intellectual growth merge, it’s “exhilarating,” says art professor Carol Ockman.

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Unplanned Lessons: A Scientific Partnership

When professors encourage undergraduates to start “being scientists” early on, says physics professor Tiku Majumder, “we can approach more of a real scientific partnership.”

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Berkshire Symphony Orchestra Soloists

Berkshire Symphony Soloist Competition

The music department at Williams provides both majors and non-majors many experiential opportunities, including the chance to perform with professional musicians.

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Unplanned Lessons: A Fresh Eye

During a research trip to collect botanical data, one of Joan Edwards’ honors students spotted a “poof” in a field of forest flowers that opened up a whole new research avenue for the biology professor.

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Best-selling author Carrie Ryan, Williams Class of 2000

Eat. Prey. Love.

Best-selling author Carrie Ryan ’00 brings the undead to life.

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Unplanned Lessons: Learning from Mistakes

A professor’s authority comes not from being right but from allowing students to participate in a collaborative way, says English professor Peter Murphy. It’s a lesson he learned early in his career from one of his students.

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The Williams College Center for Development Economics Class of 2011

The CDE at 50

The college’s Center for Development Economics celebrates a half-century of educating leaders in the developing world.

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