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From First Edition to Second Wave

A selection of recent acquisitions on view in the Schow Gallery, Sawyer Library, demonstrates the variety of material being acquired by Williams Special...

Environmental Center Tour

Join a pair of student guides at the Class of '66 Environmental Center for a tour of the building! Learn about the Living Building Challenge and what makes...

Retirement Saving and Retirement Security

James Poterba, Professor of Economics at MIT and President of the National Bureau of Economic Research, will present an Economics Class of 1960 Scholars...

Can Continental Margin Sediments be Gobally Correlated During Pleistocene Glacio-Eustatic Fluctuations?

The Gesociences Dept. and the International Ocean Discovery Program present Dr. Cecilia McHugh, Queens College, speaking on "Can Continental Margin Sediments...

Graphic Reportage: A History and Particularities of the Genre in Russia

Russian graphic artist, activist, and journalist Victoria Lomasko will discuss the genres of "documentary comics" and "graphic reportage" by addressing the...

Prof. Kate Soper - Class of 1960 Music Lecture

Williams College Department of music presents Assistant Professor of Music and Iva Dee Hiatt Professor Kate Soper of Smith College on April 26 at 4:15 p.m....

Art + Spirit Animals

Explore the special significance that certain animals hold to different nations, religions, and cultures in the WCMA galleries with political science major...

MediLatinas: Women and Medical Activism in Latin America

A scholar, a physician, and a writer explore the past and present of women engaged in medical activism in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and throughout Latin America and...

29th Annual Frank Deford Award

Featured speaker is Ian O'Connor of ESPN New York. O'Connor is the author of three books, "The Captain: The Journey of Derek Jeter" (2001), "Arnie & Jack:...

Brass Ensemble

Williams Brass Ensemble Director David Wharton leads the group in a celebration of brass, including Raymond Premru’s “Movements from Divertimento.” Also,...