On the 40th anniversary of the first fully coeducational class to graduate from Williams, we celebrate alumnae across the decades who’ve made a difference on campus and in the world.
With relations between the U.S. and Cuba poised for sweeping change, Williams professors with ties to the Caribbean nation take stock and share their thoughts on what may lie ahead.
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Two students are spending the summer deep in Hopkins Forest as part of a three-year project—led by biology professor Manuel Morales and chemistry professor Enrique Peacock-Lopez—collecting samples that will shed light on inter-species dependencies called mutualisms.
Ninety-five wooden cows, decorated by the college community, dotted the campus in the spring.
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Students give thanks to the more than 15,000 alumni who supported Williams in this year’s Alumni Fund.
Africana Studies Prof. Rhon Manigault-Bryant discusses dangerous bodies for TEDxWilliamsCollege.
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