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Dean Baer to Receive Medal of Excellence

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A consequential scholar at Hobart and William Smith for nearly 50 years, Professor of Philosophy Eugen Baer P’95, P’97 will receive the Hobart Alumni Association’s highest honor, the Hobart Medal…

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Tennis Weekend


 The Hobart and William Smith tennis teams are back in action this weekend on Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22. Both at home, the Herons will take on Union…

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Faculty Dance Concert


The 2018 Faculty Dance Concert will premiere five new choreographic works performed by 30 Hobart and William Smith dancers, one alumna and two members of the faculty. Performances will take…

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Annual Benjamin Hale to Feature Meeker ’09


Bringing together students and distinguished alums to recognize the best of Hobart’s traditions, outstanding academic achievements and social contributions, the annual Benjamin Hale Dinner will begin at 6:15 p.m. on…

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Philbrick Yadav on High-Stakes Diplomacy, Muslim Identity


In an April 11 article on The Washington Post’s politics blog, “Monkey Cage,” Associate Professor of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav and her coauthor Ian Hartshorn reflect on the common attitude among…

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The widely-acclaimed, best-selling Israeli author and peace activist Amos Oz will read from and discuss his novel, Judas, a coming of age tale that was shortlisted for the Man Booker…

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During the 10th annual Senior Symposium, 98 students will discuss topics ranging from anti-cancer analog synthesis, Greek mythology in popular culture, government policies on poverty, innovation in the financial sector and…

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Emily Kelley ’17 and Food Systems Program Manager Sarah Meyer harvest marigold at the HWS Fribolin Farm.
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In conjunction with Earth Day, Hobart and William Smith has organized a week of activities that will enhance the Colleges’ sustainability efforts and environmental impact on campus. “Our goal is…

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Dr. Gregory J. Vincent ’83 has announced to the Board of Trustees that he is resigning his position as president effective immediately. “After a great deal of thought and consideration,…

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Curating the Traumatic Past
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The fourth annual German Area Studies symposium focused on the music composed by concentration camp inmates during the Holocaust. The program, titled “Curating the Traumatic Past: Music and Memory of the…

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Published April 19th, 2018 by

A consequential scholar at Hobart and William Smith for nearly 50 years, Professor of Philosophy Eugen Baer P’95, P’97 will receive the Hobart Alumni Association’s highest honor, the Hobart Medal…

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Tennis Split
Published April 19th, 2018 by

 The Hobart and William Smith tennis teams are back in action this weekend on Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22. Both at home, the Herons will take on Union…

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Published April 19th, 2018 by

The 2018 Faculty Dance Concert will premiere five new choreographic works performed by 30 Hobart and William Smith dancers, one alumna and two members of the faculty. Performances will take…

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Meeker
Published April 17th, 2018 by

Bringing together students and distinguished alums to recognize the best of Hobart’s traditions, outstanding academic achievements and social contributions, the annual Benjamin Hale Dinner will begin at 6:15 p.m. on…

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Professor Stacey Philbrick Yadav portrait outdoors
Published April 18th, 2018 by

In an April 11 article on The Washington Post’s politics blog, “Monkey Cage,” Associate Professor of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav and her coauthor Ian Hartshorn reflect on the common attitude among…

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OZ
Published April 18th, 2018 by

The widely-acclaimed, best-selling Israeli author and peace activist Amos Oz will read from and discuss his novel, Judas, a coming of age tale that was shortlisted for the Man Booker…

Full Article

Senior_Symposium_8
Published April 13th, 2018 by

During the 10th annual Senior Symposium, 98 students will discuss topics ranging from anti-cancer analog synthesis, Greek mythology in popular culture, government policies on poverty, innovation in the financial sector and…

Full Article

Emily Kelley ’17 and Food Systems Program Manager Sarah Meyer harvest marigold at the HWS Fribolin Farm.
Published April 13th, 2018 by

In conjunction with Earth Day, Hobart and William Smith has organized a week of activities that will enhance the Colleges’ sustainability efforts and environmental impact on campus. “Our goal is…

Full Article

Coxe_4
Published April 13th, 2018 by

Dr. Gregory J. Vincent ’83 has announced to the Board of Trustees that he is resigning his position as president effective immediately. “After a great deal of thought and consideration,…

Full Article

Curating the Traumatic Past
Published April 2nd, 2018 by

The fourth annual German Area Studies symposium focused on the music composed by concentration camp inmates during the Holocaust. The program, titled “Curating the Traumatic Past: Music and Memory of the…

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