Williams College will present a screening of the film A Band Called Death on Sunday, Nov. 23, at 7 p.m. in Paresky Auditorium.
Hopkins Forest will be closed during the Massachusetts deer hunting (shotgun) season December 1 through December 13.
Jeff Chang and Greg Tate will present at Williams College on Thursday, Nov. 20.
Susan Whitfield will present “The Silk Road of Books: Going Beyond the Medieval Codex” at Williams College on Thursday, Nov. 20.
Berkshire Grown will host its popular Holiday Farmers’ Markets in Williamstown on November 23 and December 14 at Williams College.
Aaron Sachs, associate professor of history at Cornell University, will present “From Indian Mounds to Urban Parks: A Meditation on the American Landscape Tradition” at Williams College on Thursday, Nov. 13.
Dean Cycon ’75, founder and CEO of Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company, will present “Social Enterprise as a Vehicle for Meaningful Change in the Coffeelands” at Williams College on Thursday, Nov. 20.
Anne Cody, who runs a grassroots urban agriculture organization in Holyoke, Mass., will present “Culturally Relevant Produce and the Urban Latino Food System” at Williams College on Tuesday, Nov. 11.
Williams College will host “Reflections on The New Era: Reassessing the 1920s,” a conference exploring the presidencies of Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover, on Saturday, Nov. 15.
Williams College will host a panel of speakers to discuss “Ebola: What Have We Learned?” on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 8 p.m. in the Paresky Auditorium.
Author Nick Flynn will visit Williams College on Friday, Nov. 7, to present a reading of his new poetry and nonfiction.
Michael Balick will present “Ancient Wisdom and Modern Medicine: Plants, People, and Cultures in the Tropical Rainforest” at Williams College on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
A panel of distinguished scholars will discuss the current state of American political leadership in an event to honor the memory and scholarly contributions of James MacGregor Burns, who died in July 2014.
Author and critic Adam Kirsch will present “Is There Such a Thing as Jewish Literature?” at Williams College on Tuesday, Oct. 28.
People in most of the continental United States will be in the shadow of the Moon on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 23, as a partial solar eclipse sweeps across the Earth.
Winfried Fuchshofen will present “The Evolution of Fair Trade and the Role of the Fair Trade Sustainability Alliance” at Williams College on Thursday, Oct. 23.
A screening of the documentary Growing Cites, directed by Dan Susman and Andrew Monbouquette, will take place at Williams College on Monday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Paresky auditorium.
On Thursday, Oct. 30, Matt Carter will present “The Neuroscience Behind a Good Night’s Sleep” for the college’s semiannual Sigma Xi lecture.
On Tuesday, Oct. 21, Williams College will host a conversation between Jonathan Franzen and Andrew Sullivan on issues such as the environment, income inequality and family.
Filmmaker Kimberly Peirce will present “From Boys Don’t Cry to Carrie: Constructing Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Hollywood” at Williams College on Thursday, Oct. 23, at 8 p.m. in Paresky Auditorium.