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The Body as Book

The Body as Book, a spring-semester theater and dance course that's part of The Book Unbound initiative, examines what it means for the book to be embodied and alive.

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Finding Home in Vietnam

A trip to Vietnam allowed students in Jessica Chapman's War and Remembrance in Vietnam class to place firsthand experience in conversation with scholarly works.

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Reid Pryzant '16 named Goldwater Scholar

The computer science and biology double major is Williams' 43rd Goldwater Scholar since 1989.

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Williams to celebrate the Class of 1966 Environmental Center

On Friday and Saturday the college will celebrate the center, which seeks to meet the Living Building Challenge.

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Challenging Police Brutality

When her brother was killed by a Dallas police officer, Chaédria LaBouvier '07 became an important voice in conversations about American history, culture, politics and racism.

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Two seniors receive Watson Fellowships

Aseel Abulhab '15 and Nathan Miller '15 will each receive $30,000 supporting a year of purposeful, independent study outside the U.S.

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College: What It's Worth, What We Value

Dean of the Faculty Denise Buell details what Williams spends and how we spend it.

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Makerspace

The Makerspace in the Center for Educational Technology is a place to make the digital world real.

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A Deeper Understanding

Prof. William Wootters' work explores why the structure of quantum theory is what it is.

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Williams offers admission to 1,159 for Class of '19

The college has offered admission to 1,159 applicants for the Class of 2019—an overall acceptance rate of 16.8 percent.

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