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Williams mourns passing of Professor Leslie Brown
The widely respected scholar of American history died Aug. 5 after a battle with cancer.
In the exhibition Sensing Place, at the Clark’s Lunder Center until Oct. 10, Williams faculty Hank Art and Mark Taylor make Stone Hill itself a work of art to be considered and explored.
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With the release of the fourth installment of Sharknado, Thomas Vitale ’86, who developed and commissioned the first two Sharknado movies and worked at the Syfy and Chiller networks for more than 20 years before founding his own production company, discusses the franchise's success, viral social media, and the value of a liberal arts education.
Evelyn Rojas '16 received a Dunbar Student Life Prize for "The Jewelry Stand," a poem inspired by her conversations with students who wanted their voices and struggles to be heard.
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The best way to learn science is to do science—and research opportunities abound at Williams.
Enjoy a collection of Teach It Forward talks and videos from our first year of campaign events.
Explore the arts at Williams.