Taking a Chance

Caroline, Kevin, and Pixie holding a We the Purple flag while sitting down at a park table.

Caroline Fan '03 and Kevin Hsueh '03 live just outside of St. Louis. Caroline is a startup consultant, community organizer, and founding President of the Missouri Asian American Youth Foundation. Kevin is an infectious disease doctor and faculty member at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. They share some of their community work, joys of gardening, introduced us to their dog Pixie, and talked about how journeys have failures and that is ok. Continue reading »

Recollections of Williams’ First Class of Women

As the first class of women to enter as “frosh,” women in the Class of 1975 were part of Williams’ efforts to grow and diversify the student body. Martha Coakley ’75 moderates a panel of ’75 alumnae, Suzanne Fluhr, Robyn Geissler, Jacqueline Laughlin, Nancy Reece Jones, and Lisa Harris as they discuss their experiences at Williams beginning fifty years ago in the fall of 1971, and the journeys they have taken since. Continue reading »

Williams Poems

Bruce McNutt yearbook

Bruce McNutt ’70 started writing Williams Poems 35 years after graduating from Williams as a way to give back to the college and thank his classmates. Continue reading »

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