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Four Students Named to Hobart Court

Johann Entinger ’04, Mike McGrath ’05, C. Todd Patterson ’03 and Evan Stone ’04 were elected by other students of Hobart College to the Hobart Student Court (HSC). The HSC serves as the judicial board of Hobart College, and is responsible for 1) guaranteeing the rights of all students, 2) upholding the regulations of the Student Association, and 3) disciplining any student it finds guilty of conduct detrimental to the best interests of the Student Association and the College community.

Entinger is a psychology major and environmental studies minor. He is the manager of the art and architecture house, a member of the Committee on Academic Affairs, Hobart Student Council, Intrafraternity Council, Sigma Phi, and has been active with Habitat for Humanity campus chapter. Entinger is also active with Campus Greens, Architecture Club, Geneva Heroes, and Make-A-Wish club. He was named to the Dean's List for 2001-02. He is from Mendon, Vt., and is the son of Hugo and Kathleen Entinger.

McGrath is an economics major and environmental studies minor. He is a member of Sigma Phi. McGrath also participates with the Colleges basketball and football intramural teams. McGrath is from Cross River, N.Y. He is the son of Jean and Dennis McGrath.

Patterson, a sociology major and urban studies minor, has led the HWS Day of Service for the past three years. He is also one of the founders of the Habitat for Humanity chapter on campus. Patterson is a member of the Chimera and Orange Key honor societies. He is from Wayland, Mass., and is the son of Albert and Nancy Patterson.

Stone, of Hingham, Mass., was a member of the Statesmen Tennis team. He is the son of Jane and Michael Stone. (A photo of Stone is not currently available.)