This Day in Williams History
May 25th, 1829 John R. Hickok (non-graduate of the Class of 1831) is fined 50 cents for attending a dancing school. (Faculty Meeting Minutes)
May 28th, 1898 Cap & Bells offers its first production, a comedy "For one night only." more »
June 6th, 1971 First time women (seven total) walked across the stage at commencement to receive a Williams diploma from the College President.
June 8th, 1969 Board of Trustees approve "to admit women on a regular coeducation basis beginning in the fall of 1971."
June 12th, 1838 Hopkins Observatory is dedicated.