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The Cyberutopian

  By Jill U. Adams Ethan Zuckerman ’93 once considered himself to be a “cyberutopian.” His career began with successful commercial and nonprofit Internet startups. He believed the web was “going to make the world smaller and better connected. It was going to lead to more international understanding.” But while researching for his book Rewire:

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Transforming the Academy

As colleges and universities work to diversify their faculties, Williams has emerged as a leader in building a pipeline to the professoriate. Reported By Denise DiFulco An undergraduate fellowship from Williams allowed Drew Thompson ’05 to choose his passion—researching HIV/AIDS and public art in South Africa—over a lucrative job offer. An invitation to take classes

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History of the Book

“No object has so broadly and deeply represented the capacity for humans to create, preserve and transmit knowledge, information and ideas as the book,” states the description for “The History of the Book,” an ambitious new course taught by Chinese professor Christopher Nugent and Classics professor Edan Dekel. Part of the yearlong Book Unbound initiative

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A Library in Full

TBD: Nice pictures of the new library

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