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President Adam Falk on

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learning, 2,500 miles from

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home. … Letters from readers.

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News of Williams and beyond

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Peter Abrahams ’68 on his life

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of (writing) crime.

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Niralee Shah ’12: A Day in the Life

See a slideshow of Niralee’s day at http://bit.ly/shahslideshow PHOTOS BY KRIS QUA

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A World-Class Mayor

He was audacious and outspoken. But the big dreams of Boston Mayor Kevin White ’52, who passed away in January, helped rebuild the city of Boston.

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10 in 2012

Commencement is just one stop on a journey that has brought students from all over the globe to Williams, only to scatter them again. Each of this year’s 513 graduating seniors (along with 12 graduate art history students and 30 development economics fellows) has an amazing story to tell. We chose to focus on 10.

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Alabama Calling

It’s no surprise that a group of Williams students spent their spring break in Tuscaloosa, Ala., helping to rebuild homes in the wake of devastating tornadoes that rolled through the city the previous April. What made this trip different— perhaps unique—is that the students also spent their time engaged in deeply personal conversations about faith.

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10 in 2012

Commencement is just one stop on a journey that has brought students from all over the globe to Williams, only to scatter them again. Each of this year’s 513 graduating seniors (along with 12 graduate art history students and 30 development economics fellows) has an amazing story to tell. We chose to focus on 10—among

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Alabama Calling

Tuscaloosa Trip

by Rob White It’s no surprise that a group of Williams students spent their spring break in Tuscaloosa, Ala., helping to rebuild homes in the wake of devastating tornadoes that rolled through the city the previous April. What made this trip different— perhaps unique—is that the students also spent their time engaged in deeply personal

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A World-Class Mayor

He was audacious and outspoken. But the big dreams of Boston Mayor Kevin White ’52, who passed away in January, helped rebuild the city of Boston. By David Kibbe As America’s Bicentennial celebration reached its height in the summer of 1976, millions of tourists in Boston cheered the Tall Ships as they circled the harbor.

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