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1. Bells in Play: Thompson Chapel bells are rung by hand by a group of student bell-ringers. Bells in Play: Thompson Chapel bells are rung by hand by a group of student bell-ringers. The nine stationary bells, spanning an octave plus one note from E flat to F, are used by the bell-ringers to play a variety of musical selections, from "The Mountains" to "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." Sean Pegado '11 interviews Adam Bamasiak '08 while carillonneur William Slack '11 performs from the bell tower. Inspired by Rob White, Director of Alumni Communications, and his summer 2005 Williams Alumni Review article "Batty in the Belfry."

2. Joe Cruz on Knowing One's Mind Joe Cruz on Knowing One's Mind Philosophy professor Joe Cruz spoke on February 8, 2007 about consciousness and knowing one's mind. The talk was part of the 2007 Spring Faculty Lecture Series.

3. Scholars Discuss the Work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres Scholars Discuss the Work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres Andrea Gyorody, organizer of an exhibition of one of Felix Gonzalez-Torres's sculptures at the Williams College Museum of Art, speaks with independent scholar Jonathan Katz and museum director Lisa Corrin about the sociopolitical and art historical questions raised by the artist's work.

4. The Color of Place The Color of Place How would one describe the geometry of the earth en plein aire? Artist Mike Glier recounts positioning himself at various points along a line of longitude with easel and paints.

5. The Legacy of the Rings: The Story Behind the Story The Legacy of the Rings: The Story Behind the Story The Lord of the Rings, one of the most celebrated and influential work of the twentieth century, also has one of the most fascinating stories behind its creation. Sean Pegado '11 speaks with Wayne Hammond and Christina Scull, two of the world's leading Tolkien scholars, and discusses their experiences studying Tolkien and his works.

6. Winter Study '09 Part 1: The Great Depression Winter Study '09 Part 1: The Great Depression One of the most interesting aspects of the Williams academic year is the month-long term dedicated to giving students a chance to take unique courses not offered during regular semesters. Sean Pegado '11 interviews practicing attorney and course professor David L. Auerbach. Students '10 Ariel Williams and '11 Erin Mandigo, who took the course, voice their thoughts on the advantages of the class.

7. Winter Study '09 Part 2: Roulette Winter Study '09 Part 2: Roulette One of the most interesting aspects of the Williams academic year is the month-long term dedicated to giving students a chance to take unique courses not offered during regular semesters. Some Winter Study classes use an interesting topic to teach about more theoretical and practical concepts. Sean Pegado '11 interviews Assistant Professor of Statistics Bernhard Klingenberg about his course, along with student guest '11 Daniel Costanza. Photo by Lance Turner.
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