Friday June 5 saw an estimated 600 peaceful but vocal protesters gather to demonstrate against racial violence in Field Park in Williamstown.READ ARTICLE
Welcome to the Williams Class of 1968 website. Browse our newest content and linger to explore our past.
How are Williamstown and neighboring communities in Berkshire County coping with COVID-19? Answer: community spirit is strong, people are helping each other. But there’s much more to it than that…READ ARTICLE
We’re all going through this pandemic in different ways–reading more, cleaning out closets, taking online courses, walking, biking, and so forth. In these videos, some of our classmates tell us what they have been doing…READ ARTICLE
What a wonderful gesture. We’re happy to share the sound of the Ephlats and it’s amazing to hear the quality of the voices, the tenors still hitting those high notes some fifty years later…READ ARTICLE
There was a heat wave in Boston in the summer of 1969. There was always a heat wave in the summer in Boston. It was literally the last summer of the 60s, but it was metaphorically the last summer of the 60s as well. We did not know that. Both Kennedy brothers had been assassinated; […]READ ARTICLE
We’re still here, with lots more to come. Our new site has been redesigned from the ground up, with emphasis on visual presentation. You’ll see a lot more photography, and a brighter, cleaner look. With the visual makeover comes a new focus: we are now offering in depth articles and reports, featuring contributions from classmates […]READ ARTICLE
When your life is going really well, why would you want to change it? What have you got left to prove? Why risk destroying the upward arc of a successful career by taking on a challenging, new job in a different part of the country….or the world? Our classmates Clint Wilkins and Mike Herlihy each […]READ ARTICLE