Health magazine recently profiled Zahra Arabzada ’19 in its Real Life Strong Campaign, a series of stories about women who demonstrate strength, resilience and grace. Arabzada, who was also recently featured in Glamour magazine as one of the Top Ten College Women of the Year, spoke with Health about her experience growing up in Afghanistan, her passion for running and her lifelong goal of being an advocate for women and girls.
Mindfulness and social support are positively correlated with emotional wellness for college students, according to a new study conducted by Associate Professors of Psychology Julie Newman Kingery and Jamie Bodenlos and Jessica Lathrop ’18.
This spring, Professor of Art and Architecture Nick Ruth’s print “Looker” was selected for the 31st annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, La.
This summer, four HWS students performed at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival as part of the HWS Jazz Guitar Ensemble, led by Applied Instructor of Guitar Studies Greg Wachala.