Your feel-good Williams article of the day comes from the New York Times.
All around the room, alumni living and dead are staring at the kid. On one dark, oak-paneled wall, a picture of the 1901 football team — smallish players with their hair slicked back and parted in the middle in the style of the day — looks down. From the folding chairs crammed tight around tables, old men with hair either gray or gone, look at him and nod.
In a clear, strong voice, the tailback addresses the room.
Without looking, can you guess the year of publication? Read the whole thing.