Bush Lax

While the Most Rev. Michael B. ​Curry ’75, the 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church, officiated the funeral services of President George H.W. Bush, the Colleges’ community commemorated…

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In the face of climate change, aging infrastructure and growing social inequities, graduates of Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ Sustainable Community Development (SCD) program are busy tackling the myriad challenges…

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In a November story on NPR.org, Professor of Sociology Wes Perkins discussed how his research into perceptions and behaviors around alcohol among college students intersects with successful approaches to preventing…

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For her outstanding scholarship and public engagement on the complex politics of the Middle East, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav was named this year’s…

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With his most recent book, Mammalogy Techniques Lab Manual, published this fall by Johns Hopkins University Press, Professor of Biology James Ryan offers student-scientists a guide to practical techniques used…

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Mindfulness Cohort

A new interdisciplinary faculty group hopes to employ the practice of mindfulness ​to help students, staff and faculty stay grounded and lessen anxiety and stress. “Management of stress is especially critical for college students,” writes Associate…

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Since its development in the 19th century, photography has navigated the tensions between science and art, says Anna Wager, Clarence A. Davis ’48 Visual Arts Curator. Photographic works by artist…

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Sea Education Association

This semester, Mariah Reinke ’21, an environmental studies and cultural anthropology double major, is studying off campus on board a 134-foot tall ocean research vessel stationed in the Pacific Ocean.…

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The winner of the Physics Department’s 2017 Albert Holland Physics Lecture Competition, Christopher Demas ’17, who presented on the physics behind rainbows on Monday in Eaton Hall. --- students competed for a prize of $750 dollars.

Histology, the study of the microscopic organization of tissues, is a foundational science for medical and pre-medical students. Christopher Demas ’17, a student at Alpert Medical School of Brown University,…

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Oil Gas 40 Under 40

Evan Turner ’11, founder and managing partner of the New York City-based, energy-focused private equity firm, Drillcore Energy Partners, LLC, was recently named to Oil & Gas Investor’s “Forty Under…

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