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An increasing number of students are drawn to Pittsfield, Mass., to work in and learn from the community.
On the occasion of his 90th birthday, Stephen Sondheim ’50 is the subject of a campus celebration and deep reflection on his musical theater—and Williams—legacies.
During a visit to Williams for his exhibition The invisible enemy should not exist, conceptual artist Michael Rakowitz shared his thoughts on the role and responsibility of museums, the relationship between artworks and ghosts, and how his work connects on many levels to two of the college museum’s most important works of ancient art.
In addition to the usual offerings, students had 77 new courses to choose from during the spring semester.
President Maud S. Mandel discusses strategic planning and innovation in the liberal arts.
Faculty and staff discuss pertinent issues, readers respond to magazine coverage, and the Directors’ Cup is presented.
A call for alumni stories, a Rhodes Scholar, a statement on inquiry and inclusion, and more.
Shedding light on the early atomic age, decoding drug resistance, Mughal power and art in India, and wearable tech.
UCLA Law Professor Jon D. Michaels ’98 shares his thoughts on impeachment.