|We are now collecting these personal statements at the website of our reunion book publisher: https://williams.menoreunionbooks.com/
From there, you need a UserName and a Password to get in. The blast emails sent to classmates soliciting personal statements have a yellow tab that takes each individual to his/her entry field. If you don’t have that email, you can get the UN and PW from:
John Chambers [email protected]
John Ackroff [email protected]
Rob Farnham [email protected]
Here are a few early samples of “personal statements.” You will see that they do not necessarily have to be traditional bios; the form is up to you, within 600 words. And you can add up to three photos!
John Ackroff shares the usefulness of learning at Williams to ask the right questions, and resilience.
Rod Brown tells us how the learning ethos at Williams endures.
Bob Eyre writes of a Williams trajectory over 53 years, and counting.
Rob Farnham reflects on two lessons from 1967-1971 that continue to engage.
Dave Olson writes a letter to a graduate.