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Sustainable Williams

One small college’s role in addressing climate change By Michael Blanding ’95 The helicopter swung low over the hills on a crisp November evening, veering over the top of Lasell Gymnasium on its way to trace a path across campus. Suspended beneath it, an infrared camera took images of each building as it passed. Looking at the rainbow-colored

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A Weekend For Williams

The Oct. 3 campus launch of Teach It Forward: The Campaign for Williams was a festive affair, featuring more than 250 student performers, food tents and a giant LED screen displaying social media mentions—all sprinkled across Paresky Lawn and the new library quad. Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered for the formal announcement,

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Teaching It Forward

“Williams is a place where we’re engaged in a million conversations and one grand conversation all at once. And it’s a conversation that goes on forever.” So said Professor of Classics Edan Dekel during a panel discussion hosted by President Adam Falk during the Oct. 3 campus launch of Teach It Forward: The Campaign for

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Act II

Young alumni making careers in the performing arts share the lessons they learned on the stages and in the spaces of the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance, which is now entering its second decade. By Ken Keuffel Lauren Hester ’07 still recalls the intense process of developing and staging four original plays the fall

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