Feature Stories – Archive
Williams’ latest literary and arts publication is the outcome of a Winter Study project this past January.
A course on the American presidency combines two modern phenomena—TV campaign ads and technology—to study the early days of the republic.
The Video Intern Program gives students hands-on experience with video editing, storyboarding, and animation in a professional setting.
Choral director Brad Wells’ ensemble Roomful of Teeth brings renowned artists and composers from all over the world to the Berkshires to create brand new sounds together.
When vast amounts of human scholarship are as close as the nearest smartphone, what’s the future for libraries at Williams?
Three economics professors contribute to the national conversation on income inequality in insightful, relevant ways.
Students taking “Landscape Photography” during Winter Study increase their awareness of the world.
Geosciences professor Ronadh Cox shares her thoughts on deep time, the origins of life and the stunningly young field of geology.
Students learn the history of Chinese calligraphy and then try their hands at recreating the art form in professor Ju-Yu Scarlett Jang’s art history class.
Williams students share and learn singing styles in South Africa over Winter Study.