“This story begins at the ending. Which means that if you are here, then I am not. But it’s OK. … Dying has taught me a great deal about living—about facing hard truths consciously, about embracing the suffering as well as the joy.
Our smart devices are listening, our faces and bodies routinely scanned and our preferences tracked. But four alumni are leading efforts to make sure new technologies don’t infringe on our civil and constitutional rights.
What happens at the intersection of race, class, gender and the environment.
Log lunches. Labs. Block parties. Band rehearsals. Rallies. Classes. More coffee. First snow. Final exams… See how the year unfolded at Williams—day by day—in a new video.
President Maud S. Mandel on campus activism.
Readers respond to our coverage of Africana studies’ 50th, anti-Semitism and more…
Student and faculty fellows, science grants, a string quartet and more…
Finding big answers in tiny plants, theatrical worlds, rat pups and Chicanx art.
José Valenzuela ’07 coaches students inside the classroom and on the wrestling mat.