The Fisher Center’s yearlong series, “Futures of Revolutions,” continues this spring with talks that span revolutionary hip-hop and community activism in Canada, to the stories of families migrating during the Cuban revolution.
As part of the 2017-18 Up to Us competition, which works to inspire millennials to take collective action on fiscal and economic issues, Hobart and William Smith will host the annual “My Two Cents Day” tabling event on Thursday, March 1, beginning at 12 p.m. in the Scandling Campus Center.
Coming of age during the Great Depression, Gordon C. Preston P’71, P’72, P’77, GP ’02, GP ’04, GP ’07, GP’20 had developed a reputation as a standout athlete in the Cortland, N.Y. area. He was a scratch golfer, winning the county’s amateur tournament in 1933, and an ace on the basketball court, anchoring Cortland High School’s championship team that same year.
Professor of Education Charlie Temple has thought about this question often during the more than 35 years he has taught at HWS. With the support of the 2016-17 John Readie & Florence B. Kinghorn Global Fellowship, Temple embarked on a broad look at the underpinnings of the Colleges’ approach toward global education to develop a “shared understanding of precisely what we mean by that.”All News >