More Williams Stories

On Jan. 31 the college will participate in events and discussions aimed at confronting challenging issues and building an inclusive community.
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A snowy sleigh ride is just one of the settings Cassandra Cleghorn chose to help students in her Winter Study class on War and Peace to become more active and imaginative readers.
Chapin Library now has a trove of writings, studies, recordings, and personal communications by hundreds of 20th century black writers.
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The movie Gangster Squad, based on the book by Paul Lieberman '71, is now open in theaters across the country.
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Chris Murphy '96 took the oath of office on Jan. 3 as Connecticut's newest U.S. senator.
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A new student photo journal called The Slant promotes the visual arts on campus and encourages readers to "just look."
The college board of trustees executive committee voted to promote nine faculty to the position of associate professor with tenure.
The 130 women and 118 men admitted early decision to Williams comprise 45 percent of the projected size of the incoming Class of 2017.
James Carlton, Williams-Mystic director, received an NSF grant to study the marine biology of tsunami debris that's made its way to the U.S.
Williams students are teaching a new 4th-grade science curriculum focused on energy and written by Sarah Gottesman '14 and Mpaza Kapembwa '15.