Events

February 24 - March 2, 2018

Saturday, February 24

 Menstruation Celebration: Free Menstrual Cups!

Curious about menstrual cups and whether they're right for you? Join Peer Health, FemCo, and the Doula Project this Saturday for Menstruation Celebration!...

Chamber Orchestra of Williams

The Chamber Orchestra of Williams is a student-led, flexible-instrumentation ensemble dedicated to innovative programing and engaging performance...

Monday, February 26

Claiming Authority

The exhibit Claiming Authority: Do Authenticity, Reliability, and Authoritativeness still matter? is on display during regular Special Collections Hours in...

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...

Monday Meditation (Thompson Chapel)

Silent meditation, noon-12:30pm, every Monday in the Zen Meditation Room located in the lower level of Thompson Chapel. All are welcome!

Round Trip: Reflections on Life Before, During, and After Study Abroad

Join us for lunch and a discussion on the impact of living and learning abroad. Open to students, faculty, and staff. Led by Professor Soledad Fox.

The Seasonal Influenza A Epidemic:  SIRC Model and Bifurcation Analysis by Julianna Kostas '18

Mathematics Colloquium: The current strain of the H3N2 influenza virus has marked the first time that the CDC has deemed a widespread flu outbreak in all 50...

Math Puzzle Night

Join us for dinner at Math Puzzle Night, starting at 5:30 pm in the Dennett Room, Mission Park. There will be math puzzles and contests. If you're not on a...

French Film Festival / La Grande Guerre: Remembering the First World War

Set in Germany and France in the immediate aftermath of the First World War, (1914-1918), Frantz recalls the mourning period that follows great national...

Tuesday, February 27

Claiming Authority

The exhibit Claiming Authority: Do Authenticity, Reliability, and Authoritativeness still matter? is on display during regular Special Collections Hours in...

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...

Davis Center Brown Bag Lecturette: Dr. Peter Pihos

Title: Black Power Police in an Age of Law & Order Description: How and why did black police officers adopt the ideas and symbols of Black Power? What was...

Cullen Murphy lecture

John Cullen Murphy, Jr. is an American writer and editor probably best known for his work at The Atlantic, where he served as managing editor. He was born in...

Wednesday, February 28

An Economist's Experience in Iraq & Afghanistan

Grab a meal and come join faculty and students on Feb 28 at 6pm in Paresky 112 to talk about econ in the real world! Professor & retired Colonel Neal...

Claiming Authority

The exhibit Claiming Authority: Do Authenticity, Reliability, and Authoritativeness still matter? is on display during regular Special Collections Hours in...

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...

Fun with Partition Numbers by Seth Perlman '18

Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: We will discuss Ramanujan's theories concerning partition numbers, including a proof that odd partitions are always equal...

MIssing Data in Electronic Health Records and the EM Algorithm by Francesca Paris '18

Statistics Colloquium Abstract: In an age of algorithms, missing data can bias analysis and skew results. Issues of missing data affect a number of fields,...

Steven Osuna: The Transnational Moral Panic: Law and Order, Maras, and Free Trade in El Salvador

Since the presidential election of Donald J. Trump, the articulation of immigration and criminality has resurfaced. This articulation has centered the...

The Transnational Moral Panic: Law and Order, Maras, and Free Trade in El Salvador

Since the presidential election of Donald J. Trump, the articulation of immigration and criminality has resurfaced, centered on the Salvadoran street gang...

Thursday, March 1

Claiming Authority

The exhibit Claiming Authority: Do Authenticity, Reliability, and Authoritativeness still matter? is on display during regular Special Collections Hours in...

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...

Faculty Lecture Series

Bernie Rhie, associate professor of English, will present “Zen and the Art of American Literature” on March 1.

Awaiting the Messiah: The Rise of Christian Television in the Middle East (1981-2000)

Febe Armanios, Professor of History at Middlebury College, explores the rise of Middle East’s first Christian television station, which was established in...

Late and New Poets: Rewriting Catullus in the Flavian Age

Carole Newlands', Professor of Classics, University of Colorado Boulder, current principal areas of research are Augustan and post Augustan poetry; she has...

Lecture: Conservative Approaches to Tackling Child Poverty

The Williams American Enterprise Institute Student Chapter is excited to announce that Joshua McCabe (a Dean at Endicott College) will be giving a lecture on...

Ars Nova & Lightning Rod Special: “Underground Railroad Game”

Created by Jennifer Kidwell & Scott R. Sheppard, Directed by Taibi Mager Named one of the top ten theatre experiences of 2016 by the New York Times,...

Math/Stat Snacks

Take a break from your Thursday night work and come join the Math/Stat Department in the Bascom Seminar Room. Snacks will be served from 9 - 10 pm.

Friday, March 2

Claiming Authority

The exhibit Claiming Authority: Do Authenticity, Reliability, and Authoritativeness still matter? is on display during regular Special Collections Hours in...

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...

Friday Noon Meditations in Thompson Chapel

Join the Williams College Meditation Group at noon on Fridays for a 30-minute silent meditation in the Zen meditation room in the lower level of Thompson...

Log Lunch:  Public health at the animal:human interface.

Jessica Leibler '01, DrPH, MA, Assistant Professor Boston University School of Public Health. Reservations online at url: ...

On the Moebius Random Law and Infinite Rank-One Maps by Prof. Cesar Silva

Mathematics Faculty Seminar Abstract: We will review Sarnak’s conjecture for the Moebius function and consider it in the context of infinite...

Biology Seminar with Dr. Shaeri Mukherjee, UC San Francisco

"Lessons learned from intracellular bacteria—how to remodel and rewire the host cell” The unfolded protein response (UPR) is an important cytoprotective...

"Optical, Electrical and Magnetic Neural Interfaces"

Please join Seongjun Park and Alex Senko of MIT during their joint physics and astronomy colloquium. Light refreshments will immediately follow in Public...

Berkshire Symphony

This concert of the Berkshire Symphony features music by Gounod, Faust: Ballet Music; Haydn,Sinfonia Concertante; and Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 "Pastorale."...

Spring 2018 Planetarium Shows

Planetarium shows will resume each Friday evening at 8PM. Please call Michele Rech at 597-2482 or email mcr4@williams.edu for reservations. Observing is...

February 24 - March 2, 2018