Features

Citizen of the World

By Denise DiFulco Three years ago, documentary filmmaker Karin Muller ’87 was traveling solo through Egypt. With her Sony PMW- 200 camcorder in hand and 60 pounds of equipment and supplies on her back, she spent three months living among Nile fishermen, Bedouin nomads and garbage collectors, capturing their everyday lives. That summer she visited

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Looking at Yesterday, Today

What is it? That was the deceptively simple question guiding the Committee on Campus Space and Institutional History as it carried out its charge from President Adam Falk last spring to consider the fate of a newly controversial mural in the Black Room of the Log. Painted during World War II to adorn what was,

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A Marvelous Order

The opera A Marvelous Order, which had a sold-out “pre-premiere” at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance in March, brings together the creative talents of composer Judd Greenstein ’01, director/animator Joshua Frankel ’02 and choreographer Will Rawls ’00. With a libretto written by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tracy K. Smith, the opera weaves together the

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Inside and Out

Williams is forging connections with the criminal justice system and those living within it. By Elizabeth Lund Photos by Mark McCarty Yazmine Nichols ’15 was just beginning her first year at Williams the day her mother called with news that would shape her time in college and beyond. One of Nichols’ childhood friends, Mateek, had been

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