Elvis and Nixon

Professor of art Liza Johnson's '92 film "Elvis & Nixon," starring Michael Shannon as Presley and Kevin Spacey as the president, is open nationwide.

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Economics professor David Love named Williams provost

Love begins his new role Sept. 1, succeeding Will Dudley ’89, who was named president of Washington and Lee University.

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Bees and Climate Change

By analyzing goldenrod pollen samples from 1842 to 2014, biology professor Joan Edwards and a team of researchers have found that climate change is lessening the nutritional value of the most abundant food source for native bees.

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Gaius C. Bolin, Class of 1889

Many in the Williams community know that Gaius C. Bolin, Class of 1889, was Williams’ first black graduate. He was, of course, a great deal more.

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Williams hosts 4th annual First-Generation Student Summit

Students, faculty, and staff from 30 colleges and universities are sharing their experiences of and delving into issues related to being a first-generation college student during a summit hosted by Williams.

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AMPED: Connecting to Art

AMPED, a new collaboration among WCMA, the Clark, and MASS MoCA, connects secondary school students to the museums and the rich arts community of the Northern Berkshires.

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Welcome, Class of 2020!

Words of advice, congratulations, and encouragement for the newly admitted Class of 2020.

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Williams offers admission to 1,206 for Class of ’20

The college has offered admission to 1,206 applicants for the Class of 2020—an overall acceptance rate of 17 percent.

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Financial Aid at Williams

It's hard to ignore headlines about mounting college costs and soaring student debt. But the outlook here is far more positive, says College Provost Will Dudley ’89.

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A Musical Outreach

Children of all ages and their families gathered together for the very first Berkshire Symphony Family Concert.

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