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Educating for Happiness

In her latest book, "The End of the Rainbow," senior lecturer in psychology Susan Engel explains how educating for happiness will transform K-12 education.

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Summer Science Research 2015

Each year students share and celebrate the scientific research they conducted over the summer during poster presentations at Schow Science Library.

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Enrique's Journey

As we prepare for Williams Reads, here’s an interview Sonia Nazario ’82, author of this year’s pick, ”Enrique’s Journey.”

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Williams welcomes the Class of 2019 for First Days

First-year students arrive on Aug. 31 for their official orientation to the college and the community.

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Towards Justice

Towards Justice, a Denver-based nonprofit founded by Alexander Hood ’02, provides legal services to victims of wage theft.

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Prof. Satyan Devadoss wins prestigious Haimo Award

He is the sixth Williams professor to receive the award for extraordinary teaching in math.

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Greener than Green

With its traditional, white clapboard siding offset by sleek, black solar panels, its rooflines pitched to maximize rainwater collection, and its newly planted gardens promising food for people, wildlife, birds and insects, it’s impossible to miss the Class of 1966 Environmental Center. That’s the point.

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Ephpreciation

Students give thanks to the more than 15,000 alumni who supported Williams in this year’s Alumni Fund.

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Cuba in Context

With relations between the U.S. and Cuba poised for sweeping change, Williams professors with ties to the Caribbean nation take stock and share their thoughts on what may lie ahead.

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Modeling Mutualism

Two students are spending the summer deep in Hopkins Forest as part of a three-year project—led by biology professor Manuel Morales and chemistry professor Enrique Peacock-Lopez—collecting samples that will shed light on inter-species dependencies called mutualisms.

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