This Day in Williams History

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September 3rd, 1799   Williams College trustees abolish the position of professor of French.   more 

September 5th, 1821   Williams alumni approve the newly composed preamble and bylaws of the Society of Alumni, thereby forming the first alumni society anywhere.   more 

September 8th, 1755   The college's founder, Ephraim Williams, Jr., dies at Lake George in the Battle of the Bloody Morning Scout.   more 

September 9th, 1984   Pres. Chandler announces the creation of the Williams-Exeter Programme with the purchase of four buildings in Oxford.

September 21st, 1935   The Williams Record reports that compulsory daily chapel attendance has been abolished.

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