Where Policy and Health Care Intersect

Binney McCague ’03 says she’s known since middle school that she wanted to be a doctor. What she didn’t know until she came to Williams was that public policy was as important to her as working with patients. “It all started in an introductory political science course my freshman… Continue reading »

A Violinist’s Path: Alicia Choi ’09

By Julia Munemo Violin has always been important to Alicia Choi ’09. As a student at New York’s Stuyvesant High School, she spent every Saturday at Juilliard, where she studied chamber music and orchestra in their pre-college division. She double majored in music and Chinese at Williams, and then returned… Continue reading »

From Navy SEAL to Student

When Jake Bingaman ’19 started college for the first time, in 2004, the U.S. had recently invaded Iraq. Although he wanted to earn a college degree—and had a scholarship from Miami University to do just that—Bingaman also felt a growing sense of commitment to his country. “We as a… Continue reading »