The Class of 1968 marches on…Read article
55th Reunion Chairs Mark Donavan and Mike Herlihy wrote a letter of thanks to President Maud Mandel, voicing their appreciation for the all support we received. Included was a pickleball uniform from the Lowell Davis Pick-Up Pickleball Academy. Here is her reply:Read article
With the Clark Art Institute to the south and MassMoCA to the east, can the Williams College Museum of Art dare compete?
On Friday, June 9, at 1 p.m., Pam Franks, WCMA director, will show and tell WHY and HOW in an exclusive 55 minutes with the class of 1968 at the museum itself, in Lawrence Hall.Read article
The In Their Own Write panel showcases a sampling of our pilgrims, poets, prophets, playwrights and, oh yes, cartoonists.
Including a special performance by Rosanne Olson and Ted McMahon of “Four Strong Winds,” in commemoration of Ian and Sylvia’s epic Fall 1965 performance.Read article
“There’s nothing I’ve ever experienced in my life that hasn’t appeared in a cartoon,” David Sipress was saying. The evidence is in “What’s So Funny? A Cartoonist’s Memoir,” which vividly illustrates how art can spring from angst and serve as a kind of therapy for the creator and the reader who shares the experience.Read article
In Wim Wenders’s award winning 1987 film Wings of Desire (Himmel über Berlin), renowned actor Bruno Ganz plays an angel who sheds his wings and joins the seething mass of humanity in troubled pre-1989 Berlin. He’s fallen in love with the lovely Solveig Dommartin, who plays a trapeze artist. Before he takes that step, however, […]Read article
Virtual Ephs… For those who have not yet heard, Williams has found yet another way to engage us, and keep us seated on the other end of the log. Whether or not you are suffering from pandemic fatigue, here’s a great chance to activate or reactivate you curiosity and learn what the Williams community has been researching and thinking about.Read article