Student Theses: Online

An online collection of select student theses from the classes of 1938 to 2016 showcases the breadth and depth of student research across disciplines.

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Williams Song Competition Winner

A new song will stand beside "The Mountains" in the college songbook.

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Seen Yr Show

Check out Williams seniors' art works in the exhibition Seen Yr Show, which runs through Commencement weekend.

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2016 Commencement Splash Page

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Just Beginnings

Ahmad Greene-Hayes ’16 will use a two-year fellowship from the Just Beginnings Collaborative (JBC) to support his work to end child sexual abuse in the black church community.

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A Supreme Stalemate

Political science professor Justin Crowe ’03 shares his thoughts on the stalemate between the U.S. Senate and President Obama over the Supreme Court nomination of Merrick Garland.

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Nathan Leach '17 one of two Coffin Prize winners

Nathan Leach '17 is one of two winners of this year's Coffin Prize for passionate public speaking.

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History professor Jessica Chapman receives Mellon Fellowship

Chapman will use the $240K New Horizons Fellowship to study anthropology to conduct research on Kenya's running industry.

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Williams' Gospel Choir Celebrates 30th Reunion

Williams’ Gospel Choir celebrated its 30th anniversary with a reunion concert in Chapin Hall.

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Envirothon 2016

Geosciences major Jeffrey Rubel ’17 led a team of local high school students to Envirothon, a statewide environmental science competition.

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