This Day in Williams History
October 25th, 1945 The term ends and three seniors graduate. There are no Commencement exercises.
October 26th, 1791 The Williamstown Free School, precursor to Williams College, opens its doors to its first students. more »
October 28th, 1871 The student newspaper, the Vidette, announces that East College has been wired for telegraphic communication.
October 29th, 1833 Kappa Alpha is the first fraternity established at Williams. more »
October 31st, 1945 The V-12 program at Williams, in which 1076 men were trained, ends.