Events

Friday, March 3

Almost Zero: New Work by Brian Trelegan

Brian Trelegan stops tinkering, for a bit, to show us the results so far of his experiments with software and dated technology in "Almost Zero: New Work by...

Endgame Afghanistan

In conjunction with the Theater of War, the Gaudino Fund presents a photography exhibit by soldier-turned-photographer Ben Brody. Working primarily for the...

Log Lunch:  Cutting our Carbon:  A Participatory Exercise Where You Choose How to Fight Climate Change at Williams!"

Elizabeth Kolbert, Sarah Jacobson, Sarah Gardner. Reservations ($4) thur url: https://goo.gl/forms/cGVvKxacyOT40FJm1 or dlewis@williams.edu

Results Concerning the Spectrum of Noetherian Rings by Prof. Cory Colbert, Williams College

Mathematics Faculty Seminar Abstract: A famous question of I. Kaplansky is "What partially ordered sets are order-isomorphic to the spectrum of some...

Computer Science Colloquium - feat. Kevin Webb, Swarthmore College

Kevin Webb of Swarthmore College will give a talk titled, "Outsourcing Complexity to the Cloud."

Get Baked First Friday: A Brunch of Fun

Ever wanted to try brunch at 10 PM on Friday? trick question, I know you do. Come to Mission Kitchen for pancakes, muffins, cake, and more from your favorite...

Berkshire Symphony

Berkshire Symphony offers concert titled “Stars and Planets” featuring star pianists Peter Serkin and Anna Polonsky playing the Bach Double Concerto in C...

Dorrance Dance with Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely featuring Derick K. Grant and Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards

The Blues Project is a collaboration between Dorrance Dance, led by the extraordinary choreographer Michelle Dorrance, and award-winning musician and...

Spring Planetarium Shows

Please join us for our free planetarium shows. Reservations are required. Call Michele Rech at 597-2188 or email mcr4@williams.edu.

Friday, March 3