Category: News

Paradise Papers shed light on College, higher education insurance industry

The College is a shareholder in a reinsurance company based out of Bermuda, the recently-leaked Paradise Papers reveal. The documents leaked from the Bermuda-based law firm Appleby show that the…

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Faculty express concerns over new bookstore

Since the Williams Bookstore’s opening in August, many students and faculty have expressed concerns over the internal management and trade book section of the store. Currently, the College has a…

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College adopts unified non-discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct policy

At the Nov. 8 faculty meeting, the faculty approved and adopted a new unified non-discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct policy and unified grievance procedures, by a vote of 46 yes…

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Williams 101: Faculty Committees

This piece is the fifth installment in our “Williams 101” series, a set of articles on the basic structure and operations of the College. Our aim in this series is…

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Davis Center highlights College’s colonialist past

On Monday, members of the Davis Center placed signs along the path on the lawn outside of the Paresky Center and the Congregational Church. The signs contained facts and statements…

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Berkshire Doula Project hosts abortion/IUD doula training

Name(required) Email(required) Website Message This past weekend, students and community members gathered in Griffin for training to become abortion and IUD doulas. This is the first time the Berkshire Doula…

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Williams 101: The Board of Trustees

This piece is the fourth installment in our “Williams 101” series, a set of articles on the basic structure and operations of the College. Our aim in this series is…

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College removes lead, asbestos

In recent months, the College has discovered lead in Sloan House, as well as asbestos in Bronfman Science Center. The removal process is ongoing, but the College's Office of Safety…

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College remembers late bursar Mary Kate Shea ’81

On Thursday night, Mary Kate Shea ’81, the College bursar, passed away unexpectedly. President of the College Adam Falk notified the community in an e-mail he sent out on Friday…

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Preach It Forward campaign seeks changes to chaplaincy

This summer, a group of students and recent alumni launched the Preach It Forward campaign by sending two letters to the chaplain’s office and administrators involved in chaplaincy hires. The…

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