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Re #15, Beyond a certain point, however, signs can be found -- whether or not they can matched to exact enrollment thresholds -- that indicate that some larger liberal arts colleges have exceeded the ideals of their models. As one example, some appear to have created a need for residential divisions in what seems like an effort at recapturing their former social atmospheres. (Nontheless, some LACs have indeed created strong, successful identifies at somewhat larger sizes -- but none of these schools, including the venerable Middlebury, were the particular object of my earlier reply.)
Williams seems to art/English focused
Five of our students have won the LeRoy Apker Award (1999, 2002, 2004, 2010, and 2015). This national award is the highest honor for physics research by an undergraduate student in the United States. Williams students have won more Apker Awards than students from any other primarily undergraduate college.