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Modern Music
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Emily Isaacson ’04 has a mission to eschew stuffy attitudes around classical music and build community through her nonprofit Classical Uprising.
Olympic Dreams
Image for Georgia Lord ’22: Soccer Star From Manchester Will Help Cover The 2021 Olympics In Tokyo
Vermont Public Radio interviews Georgia Lord '22 about working for NBC Sports at the Tokyo Olympics.
Image for John Berry-Candelario ’99: From inner city D.C. to neurosurgeon: A doctor’s journey
Novant Health chronicles Dr. John Berry-Candelario's '99 non-traditional path from childhood seizures to neurological surgery.
Williams Magazine
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In the spring issue, students, faculty, staff and alumni share their scholarship and their ideas, their struggles and their experiences, to help us make sense of the times.
SoA Bicentennial
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From the Archives: Thanks to a rip in the space-time continuum, the classes of centuries past have all descended upon Williamstown for an epic reunion weekend.
Alumni in the News
Image for Izzy Lowell ’02: Doctors who care for transgender minors brace for bans
Dr. Izzy Lowell '02, founder of telemedicine practice QMed, talks with NBC News about the impact of new and proposed bans on gender-affirming care for transgender youths.
Image for Economics professor Pamela Jakiela: Science Magazine podcast
Economics professor Pamela Jakiela joins the Science Magazine podcast to discuss how early childhood development interventions like free day care have an effect on caregivers.
Image for Shamim Momin ’95: Meet the Curators of the Henry
Shamim Momin '95, director of curatorial affairs and chief curator at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, is profiled by The Daily of the University of Washington.
Senior Celebration
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Williams celebrated the Class of 2021 on May 31 with in-person festivities. Access the livestream recording, photos and full program here.
Alumni in the News
Image for Robert Seaman ’54: 88-year-old artist finishes year of pandemic ‘daily doodles’
“After a long life, I’m back doing what I did when I was 11 years old,” said Robert Seaman '54, who rediscovered his love of art and spread joy during the pandemic.