This Day in Williams History
September 21st, 1935 The Williams Record reports that compulsory daily chapel attendance has been abolished.
September 23rd, 1863 The Williams faculty vote to require student attendance at military drill. more »
September 27th, 1961 Hopkins Observatory begins its move to make room for Prospect. more »
September 29th, 1951 Gelett Burgess, author of "Purple Cow" verses, dies at age 85 in Carmel, Calif. more »
October 1st, 1919 The World War I Victory Celebration is held at the college. more »