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Ludwig Gaines ’88 is running for Alexandria City Council democratic candidate. The Democratic Caucus is on Feb. 1, and voters will select six Democratic candidates to run in the May 7 City Council general election. Gaines is currently a law professor at the Howard University School of Law and a legal and policy consultant with

Julia James ’04 is pictured on the New England Science symposium Web site. Held March 1, The symposium was sponsored by the Biomedical Careers Science program, a program sponsored by Harvard University to mentor future scientists from underrepresented groups. James presented a poster session with Carol Parish, assistant professor of chemistry, about Molecular Simulations of

Alexandria resident and lawyer Ludwig P. Gaines, Hobart Class of 1988, was honored as one of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area's 2002 Unsung Heroes. Gaines was selected an Unsung Hero “for his outstanding contribution and dedicated service to his community” at an afternoon luncheon awards ceremony sponsored by WBDC-TV (WB50) and its parent company, the

Julia A. James ’04 was featured in a news segment March 20 on RNews, Channel 14. The segment highlighted James’ AIDS research and her selection to present her work in Washington, D.C. next month. She is going to Capitol Hill to present her research on HIV drug inhibitors at the annual Council on Undergraduate Research

In recognition of remarkable service and professional achievement, at the 2019 Commencement ceremony, Hobart and William Smith Colleges awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters to Gloria Robinson Lowry ’52, L.H.D. ’19, a graduate who embodies the values and character of the HWS community. In a career spanning from the civil rights movement

April 7, 2000 Geneva, NY – A group of talented alumni will highlight the Charter Day 2000 weekend festivities, which this year commemorates the 178th anniversary of the founding of Hobart College. Charter Day 2000 will celebrate the role of Hobart men in highly creative endeavors with a Charter Day symposium panel being held from