More Williams Stories

Image for Video: “Pine Cello” composed and performed by Tasan Smith-Gandy ’24
After a hike to the top of the Pine Cobble trail, Tasan Smith-Gandy ’24 performs his original composition "Pine Cello," inspired by the natural beauty around him.
Image for Lina Khan ’10 — Joe Biden set to nominate Big Tech critic and antitrust expert for Federal Trade Commission
President Biden is set to nominate Big Tech critic and antitrust expert Lina Khan '10 to be Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission.
Front Lines
Image for Into the COVID ICU — Dr. Paloma Marin-Nevarez ’12
Dr. Paloma Marin-Nevarez '12 graduated from medical school in the middle of the pandemic. Reveal podcast followed her through her first months as an emergency medicine resident.
SoA Bicentennial
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Could one vote have changed the course of Williams' history for coeducation? Dive in to the Society of Alumni timeline to learn more.
Poe Picks
Image for The Best Edgar Allan Poe Books recommended by Shawn Rosenheim
“Sensation was his primary goal.” English professor Shawn Rosenheim recommends the best books on Edgar Allan Poe.
SoA Bicentennial
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David Shakirov '22 interviews Tatiana Cruz '11, historian of race, gender and social movements, in the latest edition of Office Hours.
Next Up
Image for Lina Khan ’10 on the TIME100 Next 2021 List
Elizabeth Warren writes about antitrust scholar Lina Khan '10 for the TIME100 Next list, which highlights emerging leaders who are shaping the future.
Image for Susan Engel: Many Kids Ask Fewer Questions When They Start School. Here’s How Teachers Can Foster Their Curiosity
Why do kids ask fewer questions when they start school? Susan Engel, director of the Program in Teaching, shares how teachers can foster their curiosity in TIME.
Image for Kathryn Stack Morgan ’08: NASA Will Land First Rover On Mars In Nearly 10 Years On Thursday
Kathryn Stack Morgan '08, deputy project scientist for the Mars 2020 mission, spoke with Yahoo News prior to the landing of the new rover.
Image for Don Graves Jr. ’92: A Commerce nominee’s formerly enslaved ancestors ran a taxi service where the department is now headquartered
In this Washington Post story, Don Graves Jr. '92, nominee for deputy secretary of commerce, speaks about potentially working where his formerly enslaved ancestors ran a taxi service.