The college and Williamstown have partnered on solar project

Construction of a solar array on a capped landfill will provide low-cost, renewable energy

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Training this Year's WOOLF Leaders

Students prep for this fall's Williams Outdoor Orientation for Living as First-Years (WOOLF) trip.

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Three professors recognized for excellence in teaching and writing

Andrea Barrett, Justin Crowe ’03 and Sarah Goh are the recipients of Williams’ Nelson Bushnell ’20 Prize.

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Looking at Yesterday, Today

How does Williams history inform who we are and who we mean to be?

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What Can We Learn from Fly Brains?

Biology professor Tim Lebestky's research may lead to new comparative molecular relationships between immunity and behavior in both humans and fruit flies.

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The Jewelry Stand

Evelyn Rojas '16 received a Dunbar Student Life Prize for "The Jewelry Stand," a poem inspired by her conversations with students who wanted their voices and struggles to be heard.

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Road to the Olympics

Four-time all-American swimmer Faye Sultan ’16 will compete in her second summer Olympic games, in Rio, under the Olympic flag.

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Ilvermorny on Greylock

J.K. Rowling's new Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is going to be located in North America, atop Mount Greylock.

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Economics professor Jessica Leight named to White House team

Leight will join the social & behavioral sciences team, recommending ways to make federal programs more effective.

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Round Trip: Jorge Semprún

The first comprehensive biography about the legendary Jorge Semprún, written by Soledad Fox, professor of Romance languages, has been getting a lot of attention since its initial release in Spain.

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