A new book by political science professor Sam Crane examines modern applications of ancient Chinese principles.
The web-based project by art professor Laylah Ali ’91focuses on the legacy of white abolitionist John Brown.
Williams students headed for the hills for a day of outdoor community celebration.
Another amazing class has entered Williams, and you can learn all about them here. New students had much to do in their first days, all captured in photos, not to mention Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Welcome, Class of 2017! As you settle in, please share your experiences on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media using the hashtag #newephs. First Days is a chance to get to know your classmates and the college. Check out the full schedule of events. You can also learn about the Class of 2017 here.
Original and extraordinary, artist Zhan Wang’s artwork serves as inspiration.
Nearly 200 Williams students participate in what is arguably one of the largest summer science undergraduate research programs at a liberal arts college.
Frank Pagliaro ’14 and history professor Alexandra Garbarini are developing a digital archive of images to illustrate history.
Solar physicists have known for more than a century that the surface temperature of the Sun is between 5,000 and 6,000 degrees K, but what they are less sure about is why the temperature of the Sun’s atmosphere, known as the corona, is so much hotter—millions of degrees hotter, in fact. Much of what solar