Alumni, alumnae, parents and friends gathered last week at the Washington Golf and Country Club and The Maryland Club to celebrate Campaign for the Colleges.
The D.C. event was highlighted by reflections from Nicholas Goldsborough '67, managing director of The Shakespeare Theatre, Gail Herman McGinn '73, member of the Board of Trustees, Mitchell Schear '80, president of Vornado/Charles E. Smith Commercial Realty, and Meredith Trainor '05, project coordinator for the Center for Sustainable Destinations for National Geographic. The crowd also enjoyed the work of the 12-member student vocal ensemble, Cantori, directed by Professor Robert Cowles.
In Baltimore, attendees heard from Cassandra Naylor Brooks '89, an educator, Holly Clark, a William Smith senior, Arthur Lambert '58, president and owner of Lambert Insurance Agency, and Keegan Prue, a Hobart sophomore.
To find out more about the largest capital campaign in the history of Hobart and William Smith, visit Campaign for the Colleges.