Construction of a solar array on a capped landfill will provide low-cost, renewable energy
Students prep for this fall's Williams Outdoor Orientation for Living as First-Years (WOOLF) trip.
Andrea Barrett, Justin Crowe ’03 and Sarah Goh are the recipients of Williams’ Nelson Bushnell ’20 Prize.
How does Williams history inform who we are and who we mean to be?
Biology professor Tim Lebestky's research may lead to new comparative molecular relationships between immunity and behavior in both humans and fruit flies.
Evelyn Rojas '16 received a Dunbar Student Life Prize for "The Jewelry Stand," a poem inspired by her conversations with students who wanted their voices and struggles to be heard.
Four-time all-American swimmer Faye Sultan ’16 will compete in her second summer Olympic games, in Rio, under the Olympic flag.
J.K. Rowling's new Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is going to be located in North America, atop Mount Greylock.
Leight will join the social & behavioral sciences team, recommending ways to make federal programs more effective.
The first comprehensive biography about the legendary Jorge Semprún, written by Soledad Fox, professor of Romance languages, has been getting a lot of attention since its initial release in Spain.