Events

Monday, May 7

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!

Assessing Critical Mass at UC-Berkeley:  Creating Predictive Models for Affirmative Action Policies in Undergraduate Admissions in the United States by Daniel Maes '18

Mathematics Senior Thesis Defense Abstract: Affirmative action refers to hiring and recruiting practices designed to combat discrimination against members...

"America’s Opioid Epidemic: Evaluating the Situation and Why it Matters"

Political Economy seniors Alexandra Bennett, Kearan Burke, James Miotto, and Isha Singh present their POEC 402 project: "America’s Opioid Epidemic:...

Axxea String Quartet

This concert features Axxea Quartet, a group of talented Williams music students, who explore some of the great works of the chamber music...

Monthly Math/Stat Department Dinner

Monthly Math/Stat Department Dinner. All are welcome. Free for students without meal plans.

The Caribbean Today: Eat (Free Food), Celebrate, Protest!

Africana/History 248 is putting on brief performances about Puerto Rico, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Cuba. There will be free Caribbean food...

Viola Studio Recital

Talented viola students of Ah Ling Neu present a concert of classical works.

Screening: "The making of Served"

Please join Forklift artists and Dining Services for a free screening of both the making and the performance of “Served.” Both short films were created by...

Monday, May 7