Ode to Williams

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A subset of the Ode to Harvard by Diana Davis '07, written in her freshman fall of 2003. There is a .wav version of this ode being performed here.

Here I am -- I go to Williams: land of mountains, fields, and trees,
Where the smog and smoke of cities never interrupts the breeze;
Where our uniforms are purple and we proudly sport the cow;
Where for discussions, nineteen is the most that they allow;
Where my lecture class is fifty; my professor knows my name,
And everyone I meet seems genuinely glad they came.
Williams -- I go to Williams!
I go to Williams!

Diana has it from good authority that numerous members of the Williams community have taken it upon themselves to learn this catchy bit of verse.