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Rosensweig ’83 Funds Free Massages

In addition to extensive study space, quiet nooks and readily available study materials, students will have yet another reason to study in the library on Thursday, May 3 and Friday, May 4 – free chair massages.

Thanks to the generosity of Trustee Daniel L. Rosensweig ’83 and Chegg, free chair massages will be available in the Rosensweig Learning Commons of the Warren Hunting Smith Library. Massages will be offered from noon to 6 p.m. on both days.

In addition to massages, coffee and energy bars will provide fuel for study in the library atrium during the afternoon of Thursday, May 3.

Massage services are provided by Massage On The Go, a company based in Holbrook, N.Y.

Rosensweig serves as the chief executive officer and president of Chegg, an online textbook rental service. Prior to joining Chegg, Rosensweig was president and chief executive officer of Activision Blizzard’s Guitar Hero franchise. His professional life has been focused in media communications and Internet industries, including roles as chief operating officer of Yahoo!, president of CNET, and chief executive officer of ZDNET. In addition to his significant career, Rosensweig participates on the Advisory Board of the non-profit DonorsChoose.org and is former co-chair of the ONE Campaign to fight global AIDS and extreme poverty.

In 2008, he dedicated the Rosensweig Learning Commons at HWS. Located on the first floor of the Warren Hunting Smith Library, The Rosensweig Learning Commons has revolutionized the ways in which students and faculty members interact with one another and with information. He addressed the campus during the President’s Forum Speaker series this past spring. Throughout his career, Rosensweig has created internship opportunities for HWS students to work directly with him and offered them job opportunities following graduation. He has served on the Colleges’ Board of Trustees since 2011.

During his time as a Hobart student, Rosensweig was a political science major, a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity, and studied abroad in London.