Events

Thursday, May 3

A Food Forward Experience

Williams Dining Services is partnering up with the Humane Society to bring an exciting menu to students. This all-day event will feature delicious...

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...

Author Reading: Naima Coster's Halsey Street

Naima Coster is the author of Halsey Street, a story of family, loss, and renewal, set in a rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in numerous...

"Oh What a Difference 50 Years (Doesn’t) Make: Black-White Residential Segregation in the United States"

Political Economy seniors Stephanie Boulger, Daniela Hernández, Arielle Rawlings, Christine Tamir and Julia Yarak present their POEC 402 project: "Oh What a...

Remnants: Meanings and Metaphors in African American Social Justice Activism

A conversation between Ruby Sales and Rachel Harding Ruby Nell Sales is a highly-trained, experienced, and deeply-committed social activist, scholar,...

"Minds over Matter," an art history lecture

presented by Julia Bryan-Wilson, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art, University of California-Berkeley

In Context: Catherine Opie’s “Renee”

A conversation about Catherine Opie’s photograph, Renee, with Associate Curator of Visual Art at MASS MoCA Allie Foradas MA ’15.

Art + Power

Look at objects with hidden pasts and histories to inquire: How did this get here? How does hegemony manifest itself in WCMA’s collection? With chemistry and...

25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at the Clark

Williams College student theater group Cap & Bells presents a family-friendly musical at the Clark: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, by Williams...

Ephoria Final Concert

Come out to see these Superwomen use their Pure Imaginations to take you to Havana, even if there is a Hurricane. It will Kill Me Softly if you're late, so...

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.

Thursday, May 3