Ten students worked with design engineer Michael Taylor to build a 3D printer over Winter Study.
Eugene Korsunskiy ’08 and his SparkTruck team spent the summer helping fourth graders learn an essential step in the road to success—failure.
“Books possess a magical, elusive quality that we often overlook when we read as scholars,” says Rudi Yniguez ’16. “In a typical class, our time is spent screening sentences for symbolism or analyzing syntax, instead of allowing the natural rhythm of the book to pull or push us along as it’s intended to do.” So
The movie Gangster Squad, based on a nonfiction book of the same name by Paul Lieberman ’71, is now playing in theaters across the country. The movie and book tell the story of a real-life, covert unit of the Los Angeles Police Department created after World War II to crack down on Mickey Cohen and other
Williams students study acting and learn how to present themselves in the world.
January 17, 2013: Join us in three locations as we celebrate the Arts at Williams.
Congratulations to Chris Murphy ’96, who on Jan. 3 took the oath of office to become Connecticut’s newest U.S. senator. Murphy, 39, is the youngest member of the Senate and replaces Joe Lieberman, who retired at the end of last year. Murphy joins fellow Eph and Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall ’72 of Colorado, who
A 750-million-year-old fossil discovered by geosciences professor Phoebe Cohen may hold clues to how life has changed the earth and how earth has changed life.
Williams’ music professor W. Anthony Sheppard makes an unexpected discovery.
Michael Glier, Professor of Art, talks about studio art at Williams.