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Radical Words

An original copy of Magna Carta can be seen at the Clark alongside a host of important documents of American political thought on loan from Williams.

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A New Era for Weston

The Weston Athletic Complex, including Lee Track, Williamson Field, and Farley-Lamb Field, enhances Williams' tradition of broad participation and excellence within Division 3.

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Physics Prof. Protik Majumder receives $347,000 NSF grant

The three-year grant will advance his work in testing the Standard Model of particle physics.

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College dedicates Weston Athletic Complex

A day of sporting events and celebrations marks the dedication of the new complex on Oct. 11.

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Re-live Mountain Day 2014

Re-live this year's Mountain Day experience in photos and tweets.

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Why Liberal Arts?

Amid a national conversation about the value of a college degree—and of the liberal arts specifically—Williams has launched a year-long effort to examine and discuss the educational experience it provides.

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Ethan Zuckerman's Convocation Address

Convocation speaker Ethan Zuckerman '93 on bibliolarceny and the size of the universe.

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Math Prof. Colin Adams publishes "Zombies and Calculus."

Calculus is key to survival in Adams' new novel about a zombie apocalypse.

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Sawyer Library: Renewed and Reimagined

A decade in the making, Sawyer Library has been re-imagined to reflect the ways we'll teach and learn throughout the 21st century.

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Eph vs. Eph for Congress

Two Williams alumni will face off in the general election for Virginia’s 8th Congressional District seat.

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