An online collection of select student theses from the classes of 1938 to 2016 showcases the breadth and depth of student research across disciplines.
A new song will stand beside "The Mountains" in the college songbook.
Check out Williams seniors' art works in the exhibition Seen Yr Show, which runs through Commencement weekend.
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.
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.
Nathan Leach '17 is one of two winners of this year's Coffin Prize for passionate public speaking.
Chapman will use the $240K New Horizons Fellowship to study anthropology to conduct research on Kenya's running industry.
Williams’ Gospel Choir celebrated its 30th anniversary with a reunion concert in Chapin Hall.
Geosciences major Jeffrey Rubel ’17 led a team of local high school students to Envirothon, a statewide environmental science competition.