Math Games

Grace Mabie ’19 and Elena Teaford ’17 paired up last spring to make a game that helps young children learn math. With several two-colored spinners and a game board with moveable parts, players ages 5-7 can use their natural intuition about proportions to deepen their understanding of fractions. The game… Continue reading »

A Longstanding Commitment

Fred Clifford ’58 says he is “connected to Williams at the hip,” and it seems he’s not far off. He’s the planned giving chair for his class, a former President of the Society of Alumni, a founding member and onetime leader of the 63 year-old Williams Reunion Jazz Band (he… Continue reading »

Rauschenberg: Art & Archives

The Williams College Museum of Art’s (WCMA) exhibition of the work of Robert Rauschenberg, one of the most influential artists of the late 20th century, draws on his art as well as on his life—and students were involved in the exhibition process every step of the way. “The Rauschenberg Foundation recently… Continue reading »

Two Scoops of Ephs

Elissa Brown ’09 and Robyn Goldman Fisher ’01 are each making a living making ice cream—one in a seemingly unusual place and the other with a seemingly unusual technique. Elissa Brown ’09, owner of Wild Scoops ice cream company in Anchorage, Alaska Brown first started making ice cream when she was… Continue reading »

Reaching New Heights

Reaching New Heights Yuv Khosla ’17 left campus after graduation with more than just his diploma. He also has his private pilot’s license, which he began during his junior year. The New Delhi native says he had a “love/hate” relationship with air travel until he took a scenic flight over Williamstown and… Continue reading »