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This week, Hobart and William Smith students are investing three days of their winter break exploring the financial hub of Boston, Mass., through the eyes of recent alums, parents, career…

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Designed to build a foundation for skills in critical thinking and communication at the Colleges, the First-Year Seminar (FSEM) ranges in topics from fictional worlds and semiotics, to political power…

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While studying abroad in Auckland, New Zealand, Gregory Partyka ’20 expanded his knowledge of international digital media strategies through his internship with Align Digital, a conversion rate optimization company. The…

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Two hundred years after John Henry Hobart arrived on the western shore of Seneca Lake, and more than 100 years after the founding of William Smith, HWS students, alums and…

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Aboard the William Scandling, the Colleges’ 65-research vessel that gives students the opportunity to use Seneca Lake as their laboratory, students are studying the aquatic characteristics of the deepest of…

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During their first weekend at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, the newly arrived Classes of 2022 spread throughout the Finger Lakes Region for the 19th annual Orientation Day of Service.…

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During the spring semester, two computer science majors studied abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland where they took courses in their field while exploring new passions for travel, photography and adventure. When…

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Among the 48 countries competing in the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship is the triumphant story of the inaugural Jamaican team, including starting midfielder Mark Darden ’17. The world games,…

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Having developed a passion for travel and work opportunities abroad, Monika von Brauchitsch ’18 will launch her career in digital marketing and online media in Singapore through an internship with…

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This summer, Zahra Arabzada ‘19 will be featured in Health Magazine about her experience running in an ultramarathon and her advocacy work for women in Afghanistan. She will also work as a research assistant for Dr. John Harmon, a surgeon at John Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Maryland.

Glamour magazine has named activist and runner Zahra Arabzada ’19 one of 2018’s top College Women of the Year. One of only 10 students profiled, Arabzada’s online feature describes her journey growing up in Afghanistan and…

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