Tone a Blind Eye

“What struck me about Hansel and Gretel is the narrative about the parents leaving the children because they can’t afford to feed them, which Ed Hallborg brought to my attention was something that happened with regularity during the European Famine,” May says. To write Tone a Blind Eye, students grappled with topics surrounding poverty and trauma, including how hunger is weaponized against people, and the true meaning of happily ever after in a story about abandonment and famine.

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ASU and SASU Vigil for Georgia victims KColton-0155

The HWS community held a unity rally and vigil on Monday, April 5 on the steps of Coxe Hall. On Monday, HWS community members gathered on the steps of Coxe…

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Student Trustees AFarid 0191

Zaheer Bowen ‘23 and Irini Konstantinou ’23 have been elected by their peers to become voting members of the Board of Trustees. Zaheer Bowen ’23 and Irini Konstantinou ’23 have…

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Covid diaries NYC

The Department of Media and Society held a screening of Covid Diaries NYC, an HBO Max documentary featuring animation by Rosemary Colon-Martinez ’21. On Thursday, April 1, the Media and Society…

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Masino-du

After graduation, Daniel Masino ’21 will pursue his M.B.A. at the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School. A Trustee Scholar, Daniel Masino ’21 has leveraged his leadership experiences on campus…

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International Student Day KColton

Recently, HWS celebrated international students on campus. The event was held in conjunction with colleges in the NY6 Liberal Arts Consortium. At HWS, international students are student leaders, thriving in…

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Orientation Cordinators  KColton-0176

Litzy Bautista ’23 and Ethan Lewis ’23 are ready to welcome the Classes of 2025 to campus. At HWS, Orientation Coordinators are outstanding student leaders who help plan the first…

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AsiaNetwork Fellowship, KColton, Geran Center, Jonathan Garcia ’23, Roxanna Peña ‘23, Tenzin Yonten ‘23

Three students have received the ASIANetwork Student-Faculty Fellows Program Award. This award will fund a travel grant to Tokyo, Japan, to study the city’s history of transformation and to develop…

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PITCH

This year’s finalists in the 2021 Todd Feldman ’89 and Family Pitch Contest will present their ideas for an innovative company or nonprofit to a virtual audience on March 4…

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Art Exhibit. 2_11_21 KColton-0004B

The Worn exhibit, which examines the social and political history of jewelry, has opened at the Solarium Gallery at Houghton House and will be on display through March 1. Curated…

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