David Citrin in front of a large screen showing red and yellow imaging. He is pointing out something along a graph

Revealing Hidden Layers

Georgia Tech electrical engineer David Citrin ’85 uses terahertz imaging to uncover secrets in art, artifacts and aircraft—most recently revealing text obscured by corrosion on a 16th-century funerary cross.

a collection of magenta and green cells as seen under a microscope

A Hunger for Knowledge

Students are playing a major role in biology professor Matt Carter’s groundbreaking research on the area of animals’ brains that communicate fullness during eating.

Erikka Olson, Williams Class of 2019, climbs Mount Hayden.

Reaching Her Peak

Erikka Olson ’19 achieves her dream of taking on Mount Hayden—and discusses Williams and her love of geology—in this new video as the winner of a Mammut competition that drew 2,200 entries.

A person standing with arms raised in front of a brightly colored school bus with murals painted all over it

Busload of Books—and Dreams

Robbi Behr ’97 and Matthew Swanson ’97 are planning to drive across the U.S. in a bus to deliver thousands of books to schoolchildren in economic need.

Claire Leyden performing onstage in the 2021-2022 national tour of Broadway’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Creativity through Adversity

Ephs in the arts share their experiences with staying creative during the shut-down caused by the pandemic, lessons learned and what it means to them to reconnect with live audiences.

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Confronting Barriers

The 2022 South by Southwest education conference recently shared a video of a panel co-led by Jonah Martinez Goldstein ’22 addressing systemic barriers in higher education.

President Maud S. Mandel dances with staff members

Celebrating Service

Nearly 400 staff members who reached career milestones and 103 retirees were honored for their work in all areas of the college in an in-person celebration in May.

portrait of Gold Carson ’23 standing in front of a flowering purple tree

Writing the Way Forward

Gold Carson ’23 finds their way to contemporary poetry and the prestigious Beinecke scholarship.

people dining at white linen-covered round tables in a carpeted room with many windows

Sharing a Meal and Ideas Together

Lyceum Dinners and Doddceums, a Williams tradition, provide space for students and faculty to connect outside the classroom.

Students outside a bouncy house during All-Campus Entertainment's Spring Festival 2022.

Spring in Swing

Check out a video recap of All-Campus Entertainment’s Spring Festival, where students enjoyed a weekend of beautiful weather, bounce houses, food trucks, music and more.