This Day in Williams History
March 11th, 1927 Carl Sandburg delivers a speech titled "An American Miscellany" before the Williams Forum in Jesup Hall.
March 13th, 1937 The Williams Forum announces that Andre Malraux has canceled his speaking engagement. more »
March 17th, 1896 Students vote 247 to 42 in favor of inaugurating a campus-wide honor code.
March 17th, 1914 The cane contest is deemed so disorderly and raucous that the President and Dean abolish this Freshman-Sophomore rush. more »
March 20th, 1896 A portion of the east side of (old) Clark Hall is loosened by the rain and tumbles to the ground. more »