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The View from Up Here

The Williams Campaign came to an end in December $100 million beyond its original $400 million goal. Shortly after the books were closed, the Alumni Review sat down with President Morty Schapiro to celebrate the College’s success and discuss how the campaign has made a great college even better. Alumni Review: So The Williams Campaign

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Ephvolution

A century’s worth of Class Notes helps explain the unique anthropology of Williams alumni. by Hugh Howard, illustrations by Susan Farrington The latest issue of Williams People arrives in your mailbox, and you dive into the notes for your class. You probably browse nearby pages devoted to the years around yours. Maybe you scan the

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Safeguarding Our Schools

by Denise DiFulco, photos by Jeff Ross Former Secret Service psychologist Marisa Randazzo ’89 discusses the nature of school violence and how to prevent it. It seems counterintuitive, but school shootings are rarely the acts of deranged murderers who just “snap” one day and show up with a gun. In fact, according to Marisa Randazzo

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Sweet

by Jennifer Grow, photography by Stephen Rose Bob Volpi, director of dining services since 2002, learned that honeybuns were “a sacred thing” at Williams during planning for the Paresky Center. The question of where the confections would be made was key in the building’s conception. Today, a room in the basement of Paresky is stocked

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