More Williams Stories

Full Circle
Image for Rebecca Haile ’86: Connected to Learning
Forty-five years after fleeing Ethiopia, Rebecca Haile ’86 has founded a co-ed boarding school there aimed at re-envisioning high school education.
Arts
Image for Visual and performing arts during the pandemic: The Show Goes On
Williams’ visual and performing arts communities got creative about drawing audiences and showcasing their work during the pandemic.
SoA Bicentennial
Image for SoA Bicentennial: Sean Saifa Wall ’ 01, Feeling Your Way Forward
Sean Saifa Wall '01 encourages the Class of 2021 to lead with love and conviction, and offers a few other adages to help them on their way into the world post-Williams.
Virtual Art Show
Image for Spring 2021 Virtual Big Art Show
The Art Department presents the Virtual Big Art Show, a culmination and celebration of student artwork throughout the spring semester.
Listen In
Image for Jackie Hidalgo: The religious roots of today’s apocalypse
Professor of Latina/o studies and religion Jackie Hidalgo was interviewed about the religious roots of the apocalypse for an episode of KCRW's “Life Examined.”
Reporting
Image for Sophia Schmidt ’17: Climate Change Affects Coastal Wetlands’ Carbon Absorption
Sophia Schmidt '17 of Delaware Public Media reports on how climate change affects coastal wetlands' carbon absorption on NPR's Morning Edition today.
Entrepreneur
Image for Tafara Makaza ’22: Creating Options and Opportunities
Tafara Makaza ’22 is helping to improve economic opportunities in his home country of Zimbabwe with apps that help people send money to each other, find and offer rides, and earn money through gigs.
Conservation
Image for Professor Laura Martin: An Ambitious Plan Would Formally Protect 30 Percent of Earth by 2030. But There’s a Problem.
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Laura Martin writes for Slate on the Department of the Interior's newly released conservation plan.
Medical Humanities
Image for Laura Wang ’21 and Professor Ragab: More Than Medicine
Visiting professor Ahmed Ragab's courses are helping pre-med students like Laura Wang '21 understand the intersection of medicine and public health.
Tribute
Image for Adam Schlesinger ’89: Students Record for Tribute Concert
Williams students recorded vocal tracks for a virtual tribute concert for the late Adam Schlesinger ’89, taking place May 5.