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Tokyo 2021
Image for Joey Lye ’09 is On a Quest to Make Canada’s Olympic Softball Team
Joey Lye ’09—who recently appeared in Topps Company’s first ever set of women’s softball trading cards—is on a quest to make Canada's Olympic softball team.
Image for Understanding West Nile Virus: Research by Asst. Prof. Bob Rawle and Students
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Bob Rawle's recent paper (co-authored by Olivia Graceffa ’22 and Abe Park ’22) on the West Nile Virus could lead to the development of an anti-viral drug.
Image for How Puerto Ricans are Rebuilding Post-Hurricane María: Asst. Prof. Cecilia Aldarondo’s New Documentary
Assistant Professor of Art Cecilia Aldarondo discusses her documentary Landfall, about rebuilding Puerto Rico after Hurricane María, on the podcast Temperature Check.
New Read
Image for Prof. Soledad Fox Maura’s First Novel, Madrid Again
Madrid Again, Professor Soledad Fox Maura's first novel, explores the complexities of cross-cultural relationships, identity and finding out where we come from.
Image for Allison Achauer ’93: Expert Tailor and Pattern Maker
Allison Achauer ’93 discusses her career as an expert tailor and pattern maker and the freedom of choosing her next project.
Teaming Up
Image for Williams Teams Raise Money for Social and Racial Justice Initiatives
Through a series of fundraisers this past summer, Williams athletic teams raised money for several social and racial justice initiatives.
Image for What if the Great American Novelist Doesn’t Write Novels? Profile of Frederick Wiseman ’51
With his 45th documentary film airing on PBS last month, Frederick Wiseman ’51 is the subject of a lengthy profile with The New York Times Magazine.
Image for Williams Economists Pamela Jakiela and Owen Ozier’s Study on Big Sisters
Williams economists Pamela Jakiela and Owen Ozier's new study suggests that big sisters can make a significant impact on the development of younger siblings.
Image for At the Helm of Himal Southasian: Shubhanga Pandey ’17
Shubhanga Pandey ’17 recounts his nontraditional path to becoming chief editor of Himal Southasian magazine.
Image for Vaccine Distribution Discussion with Richard Besser ’81
The Washington Post asked Robert Wood Johnson CEO Richard Besser ’81 about the government’s handling of vaccine development and his projections for distribution.