student life

MOOLA Improves Students’ Financial Literacy

By Malcolm Moutenot ’17 Williams students will have several opportunities this year to improve their financial literacy, thanks to a new program called MOOLA. The program offers both in-person sessions and online training on a variety of financial topics, including how to make the most of meal-plan dollars, understanding the… Continue reading »

From Navy SEAL to Student

When Jake Bingaman ’19 started college for the first time, in 2004, the U.S. had recently invaded Iraq. Although he wanted to earn a college degree—and had a scholarship from Miami University to do just that—Bingaman also felt a growing sense of commitment to his country. “We as a… Continue reading »

Meet the Class of 2017

Welcome, Class of 2017! #newephs

Another amazing class has entered Williams, and you can learn all about them here. New students had much to do in their first days, all captured in photos, not to mention Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.  … Continue reading »

Welcome, new students!

Welcome, Class of 2017! As you settle in, please share your experiences on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media using the hashtag #newephs. First Days is a chance to get to know your classmates and the college. Check out the full schedule of events. You… Continue reading »

Guided Entry

JA training

Early last fall, a group of first-year students who didn’t know each other very well walked to the tennis courts carrying large posters and wearing as much purple and gold as they could find. They settled on the grass and cheered as loudly as they could for their classmate, Maya. Continue reading »

A Great Day of Service

Ten dozen donuts and bagels, 100 granola bars, 5 boxes of coffee, 150 bag lunches, and 150 T-shirts. That’s what it took to fuel 150 Williams students who fanned out across 14 nearby schools, churches, and nonprofit organizations for this year’s Great Day of Service in April.   The women’s… Continue reading »