The Jewelry Stand

By Evelyn Rojas ’16 Photo by Alyssa Alden-Smith ’16 The recipient of a 2006/2009 International Service Fellowship, Evelyn Rojas traveled on her own for the first time the summer after her sophomore year at Williams to Córdoba, Spain, as a volunteer for the Red Cross. The experience in part inspired her poem “The Jewelry Stand,”

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Mapping a Territory

When psychology professor Mariko Moher wanted her students to consider how cognitive development influences the ways humans create and interpret art, she turned to the Williams College Museum of Art. With the help of Elizabeth Gallerani, curator of academic programs, Moher identified works that would speak to her class’s inquiry. One piece in particular, a

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