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Take 6!
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WCMA and the '62 Center participate in artist Carrie Mae Weems' "Resist COVID Take 6!" public art campaign, which targets misinformation and encourages vaccination.
Dance Orbit
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Dance students' extensive research contributes to MoBBallet's Constellation Project, which maps the complex histories of six Black dance pioneers.
A Williams Life
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On the occasion of his retirement, groundskeeper Jimmy Menard shares highlights from 36 years at the college.
Academic Support
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Tali Natter '23 speaks to the Wall Street Journal about her experience as a tutor and coordinator for the student-run tutoring service EduMate NYC.
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In an op-ed for the Moscow Times, Russian professor Julie Cassiday provides an informative and amusing take on one of Putin's extravagant palaces.
History Corrected
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Williams and two academic partners will spend the next three years on a Mellon grant-funded project titled "Reimagining New England Histories: Historical Injustice, Sovereignty and Freedom."
Claiming Williams
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From Racial Injustice to Restoration: Participate in a full day of events as we explore the ways in which structural racial inequities, racism and bigotry have shaped the Williams experience.
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MASS MoCA artist-in-residence Jason Lucas '02 reads Maya Angelou's "On the Pulse of Morning" and Langston Hughes' "Let America Be America Again."
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Africana Studies professor James Manigault-Bryant, geosciences professor José Constantine and Ruby Bagwyn '23 dissect a history of environmental racism in Tallevast, Florida.
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In her internship at the U.S. Dept. of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, Alison Robey ’20 is contributing to aerosol modeling research to better understand Covid-19.