More Williams Stories

Racial Justice
Image for Reaching Beyond “Black Faces in High Places”: An Interview With Joy James
Humanities and political science professor Joy James spoke with Truthout about the role anti-Blackness plays in the actions of the government and beyond.
New Energy
Image for Williams art history grad students settle in to a ‘Living Building’
Fort Bradshaw, home to our Grad Art program students, is open after a renovation into “one of the most energy-efficient buildings in the region.”
Black History
Image for Gaius Bolin and Society of Alumni Historical Timeline
Gaius Bolin graduated in 1889, becoming the first black member of the Society of Alumni. The Williams Black Alumni Network (WBAN) was founded in 1982. Learn more from the SoA's historical timeline.
Image for Local LGBTQ+ advocates celebrate reversal of military ban
Veteran and transgender rights advocate Landon Marchant '20 reacts to the military ban reversal in this piece by Berkshire Eagle statehouse reporter Danny Jin '20.
Cutting Edge
Image for Diana Kellogg ’84 designs award-winning school that aims to empower women
Architect Diana Kellogg '84 bridges the gaps of geography, culture and language to design a school for girls in the deserts of Jaisalmer.
Image for Technology’s Power to Shape Us: Prof. James Nolan’s “Atomic Doctors”
Sociology professor James Nolan was interviewed by NHK World-Japan about his new book "Atomic Doctors: Conscience and Complicity at the Dawn of the Nuclear Age."
Image for Zack Schreier ’21 Wins ‘Shark Tank’ Deal For Quevos Startup
Entrepreneur Zack Schreier ‘21 and his business partner scored a deal on Shark Tank for their healthy snack startup Quevos.
Stepping Up
Image for Unlocking the Story of Step: Maxine Lyle ’00
Maxine Lyle '00 is unlocking the story of step with "Step Show: The Musical," being developed as part of a residency with the '62 Center.
History Revisited
Image for Prof. Darel E. Paul: America’s History of Political Violence
Political science professor Darel E. Paul writes about America's history of political violence for First Things.
Image for Welcome Assistance: The Williams Translation Project
Bilingual and multi-lingual members of the Williams community are providing free translation services through the Williams Translation Project.