Feature Stories – Archive

Sol LeWitt: The Well-Tempered Grid

Now on view at the museum, this exhibition focuses on the grid as a generative matrix in LeWitt’s art.

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The Art of The Hobbit

Assistant Chapin Librarian Wayne Hammond and his wife publish “The Art of The Hobbit” to mark the 75th anniversary of J.R.R. Tolkien’s popular story.

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Welcome Class of 2016!

First-year students settle in: photos, video, President Falk’s welcome.

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WHADDAMENTOR!!

Williamstown Theatre Festival prop table

Jenny Dewar and Lily Riopelle ’14 go behind the scenes of stage management for the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s production of WHADDABLOODCLOT!!!

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Williams College Summer Theatre Lab

Williams College Summer Theatre Lab

It is the first day of the Lab and nine students are on the job, immersed in theatre for seven intense weeks.

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Far Afield

Williams in Omrit

Six Williams students traveled to Omrit, Israel, to take part in an archaeological field school co-directed by Professor Benjamin Rubin.

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Alabama Calling

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A spring break trip to Tuscaloosa, led by the college chaplains, blends community service with conversations about faith.

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The Library Shelving Facility

Dave Chalifoux in the Library Shelving Facility

David Chalifoux is a man with a mission—to store and protect the 137,790 books, journals, VHS tapes, and microfilm from the college’s libraries.

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Celebrating the Class of 2012

Will Su '12

On friend crushes, falling in love with art, shared experiences and diverse passions, and one 6,500-mile motorcycle trek to Williams: Three seniors share their Williams stories.

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Women’s Tennis Wins Record 5th Consecutive NCAA Championship

Women's tennis wins 5th consecutive national championship

The Ephs topped the University of Chicago this week to become the first Division III team to win five national titles in a row

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