I Am Williams

Documenting the many faces of Williams

Christina Lee ’08

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Scott Lewis, Assistant Professor, Physical Education and Outing Club Director

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Sarah Witowski ’12

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Yanira Guerra ’17

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Becca Fallon ’14

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Compulsive doodler, occasional actor.

Natalie Veras ’01

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Positive. Intuitive. Procrastinator.

Cassandra Cleghorn, Senior Lecturer, English and American Studies

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Eugene Berson ’08

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More proud than ever to be an Eph!

Ashley Weeks Cart ’05, Associate Director of Alumni Relations and Director of Classes and Reunions, Office of College Relations

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Yvette Christine L. Herrera, CDE ’15

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Martha Williamson ’77

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Jessica Diehl ’09

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Matthew Furlong ’10, Drew Thayer ’10

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Bonnie Pham ’13

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Cassidy Charles ’17

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J.C. Calderón ’87

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Katie Kent ’88, Professor of English

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Transformed by new ideas.

Noah Cadet ’14

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Shakir Majeedi ’07, CDE

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Charlotte Vinson ’13, Nneka Dennie ’13, Viviana Benjumea ’13

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Andy Jaffe, Clay Artist in Residence and Director of Jazz Activities, Senior Lecturer in Music

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Jeff Meng ’11

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Stephanie Stacy ’17

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Carl Strolle, Director of Web Strategy, Office of Communications

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Yasmin Portillo ’15

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Natalie DiNenno ’18

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Morry Kolman ’18

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Alex Sun ’15

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I’ve walked across the spaces from Kabul to Beijing to Williams.

Janice McKay, Retired Cook’s Assistant

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Minwei Cao ’17

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Gates McG Helms ’46

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Healthy, wealthy, and wise.

Ariel Williams ’10

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Donna Felix, Custodian

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Allan Gonzalez ’12

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Unbeatable determination.

Thao Le, CDE ’15

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Leah Eryenyu ’12

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Yazmine Nichols ’15

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Trevor Murphy, Instructional Technology Specialist, Office for Information Technology

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Ragnar Horn ’85

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Hannah Van Wetter ’15

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Pat Malanga, Academic Assistant, English Department & Karen Swann, Professor of English

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We’re raising teenage daughters.

Ephelia, Purple Cow

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Tess Vorselen ’15

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Joe A. Cooper, Electrical Tradesperson

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Fred Goldstein ’52

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Jennifer Monge ’12

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Leungo Donald Molosi ’09

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A complicated being that refuses to be stereotyped.

Haz Swaleheen ’08

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Dennis O’Shea ’77

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Dan Levering

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