An original copy of Magna Carta—a document sealed by King John in 1215—can be seen at the Clark alongside a host of important documents of American political thought on loan from Williams.
Amid a national conversation about the value of a college degree—and of the liberal arts specifically—Williams has launched a year-long effort to examine and discuss the educational experience it provides.
Williams students headed for the hills for a day of outdoor community celebration.
The U.S. government calls on Eric Bjornlund ’80 to help an emerging democracies.
One of the least expected and most exciting features of Williams’ new Sawyer Library is the Center for Educational Technology, which occupies half of the second floor. “The CET provides a huge expansion in engagement between the Office for Information Technology and the community,” says Jonathan Morgan-Leamon, director of instructional technology. “Most services that were previously available
Fred Elia ’79 founds a statewide New York network to give voice to neglected youth.
Elizabeth Suda ’05 works with Lao artisans to transform bombs into beautiful jewelry.
What does it take to move the college’s rare books and archival collections? Expertise, diligence, and even a little sleuthing.