The Williams Reads program needs your help.

The Williams Reads initiative aims to foster new connections among students, staff, faculty, and community members by exploring diversity and community through a common reading experience. Williams Reads is offered during Winter Study as an opportunity for us to explore a book together that will help us to celebrate and deepen our appreciation of varying viewpoints and experiences. It is a goal of the CDC to select a book that will stimulate community engagement and challenging conversation. In addition, the college offers related discussions, movies, performances, and presentations. In 2007, 700 free copies of the chosen book are made available during the first week of Winter Study, with the intent that these copies will continue to circulate throughout the community.

How about Education’s End: Why Our Colleges and Universities Have Given Up on the Meaning of Life as the book selection? (Previous EphBlog discussion of this book here and of Williams Reads here and here.)

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