The incoming class's 552 students arrive Aug. 29 for their official orientation to the college.
The best way to learn science is to do science—and research opportunities abound at Williams.
With the release of the fourth installment of Sharknado, Thomas Vitale ’86, who developed and commissioned the first two Sharknado movies and worked at the Syfy and Chiller networks for more than 20 years before founding his own production company, discusses the franchise's success, viral social media, and the value of a liberal arts education.
In the exhibition Sensing Place, at the Clark’s Lunder Center until Oct. 10, Williams faculty Hank Art and Mark Taylor make Stone Hill itself a work of art to be considered and explored.
Williams' Summer Theatre Lab provides practical immersion in theater-making to complement students' academic experiences.
The widely respected scholar of American history died Aug. 5 after a battle with cancer.
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?