Prateek Patni

To support children with mental health needs and their families, Prateek Patni ’07 and his wife Sheena recently made a $200,000 donation to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital (JDCH). Through…

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Denzel Degollado ‘19 has received a fellowship through the Newman’s Own Foundation. He is placed at one of the Foundation’s grantees, Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO), a non-governmental organization based…

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Biselle Agnes

Agnes Bisselle ’20 interned at the Cleveland Foundation with the non-profit New Directions group during the summer. A media and society major with an entrepreneurial studies minor, Bisselle focused on…

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On Election Day, members of HWS Votes are encouraging students to get out to vote as well as to remain engaged in the 2020 presidential election. The non-partisan group is…

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Marc S. Ehrlich ’80 was one of only five recipients of the American Bar Association’s Pro Bono Publica Award, given this year at a ceremony in San Francisco. Ehrlich, the…

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At the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, Sarah Walters ’19 is using the knowledge she developed through her Genocide, Human Rights, and Peace Action major as the agency’s first Holocaust Education…

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This summer during a program co-led by Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Gabriella D’Angelo and Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture Alysia Kaplan, 13 students studied abroad in Berlin.…

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Seven graduates of the Classes of 2019 will dedicate a year to supporting underserved communities throughout the United States, joining a long tradition of Hobart and William Smith alums who…

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Renowned paleontologist Matt Lamanna ’97 will give the keynote address during Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ 2019 Convocation ceremony, which marks the official start of the academic year. Live stream…

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The New York Times bestseller, Red Metal, by Lieutenant Colonel H. Ripley “Rip” Rawlings IV ’94 arrived on shelves on July 16. Co-written with Mark Greaney, the novel has been named a Publishers Weekly pick…

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