Beginning this January, Williams students may have artwork by masters including Paul Cézanne, Jim Dine and Winslow Homer gracing the walls of their dorm rooms.
In June, the Mt. Greylock School Committee accepted $450,000 from donors to Williams to support innovative projects at the high school over the next two academic years.
The Williams College Board of Trustees welcomed three new members on July 1: Elizabeth A. Andersen ’87, William C. Foote ’73 and Richard R. Pickard ’75.
During Fall Convocation on Sept. 7, the college will award six alumni with Bicentennial Medals for “significant achievement in any field of endeavor.”
For the 16th time in 18 years, Williams has taken home the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup, awarded annually by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics to the best all-around athletics program for team performance in 18 sports.
Statistics on the incoming class of ’17.
Williams noted the passing of professors Robert Suderburg, John Eusden, Bill DeWitt ’61 and Fred Rudolph ‘42 in the spring.
Three things one notices about Carrie Greene during commencement weekend: 1. She moves quickly. 2. She stays cool in the face of unrelenting heat, literal or figurative. 3. She knows exactly how to get 4,000 commencement attendees, students and staff where they’re supposed to be, on time, in order and according to plan.