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The near northwest neighborhood in Indianapolis, Ind., can be rough. A high-crime area, it’s not unusual to hear gunshots as you pass through. But for Timothy Clark ’87 and his wife Sharon, it represents community, opportunity and aspiration. Tim, a native of Syracuse, N.Y., who serves as a grant officer in charge of partner outreach

Student Writer in the Office of Communications Tolulope “Lulu” Arasanyin ’21 posed this question – When did you feel like a local? – to students who studied abroad in spring 2020. Students shared memories of homemade dinners with their host families, classes taken in the same city that inspired Cezanne’s masterpieces, and learning how to

Vuthy Vey ’24 has begun his first semester at the Colleges a little bit differently than most of his classmates. Located in his home in Kampong Thom Province in Cambodia, Vey joins his peers via Zoom for coursework in computer science, his First-Year Seminar “Einstein, Relativity and Time,” and other classes. Vey, who has experience

Following an internship with Target Corporation this summer, Robert Padilla ’21 was offered a post-graduate job opportunity as an Executive Team Leader in Los Angeles, California. At one of the largest U.S. retail corporations, the sociology major and entrepreneurial studies minor worked as a Store Executive Intern this summer. During the six-week experience, he shadowed

As researchers around the world race to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Elana Stennett and Jenna Hyman ’23 have joined the effort by conducting research on the viscosity of saliva. Through a collaboration with faculty and students at the University of Rochester and St. John Fisher College, their research has been

Three members of the Classes of 2024 at Hobart and William Smith Colleges share a special distinction — they are the most recent graduates of Geneva High School to be awarded scholarships from Geneva Scholarship Associates (GSA). The students, Henry Loudon ’24, Makayla McCormick ’24 and Kaya Parara ’24, join 12 additional GSA scholars currently

Her participation in Armenian cultural organizations is one of the factors that earned Tvene Baronian ’23 the Armenian Relief Society’s undergraduate scholarship for 2020. Students receive the scholarship based on merit, need and their involvement in the Armenian community. As the daughter of Armenian immigrants who settled in the U.S. in 1990 to escape the

In his new book, the Most Rev. Bishop Michael B. Curry ’75, Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church, writes about social and economic inequality, ideological division, faith and how love can offer a redemptive path forward, expanding on the sermon he delivered at the British royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Starting with a group of nearly 60 supporters strong, The Rising Panthers grassroots student organization gathered on the steps of Coxe Hall on Monday night. Before the Black Student Lives Matter march across campus was complete more than an hour later, the group totaled nearly 100 supporters, concluding the rally in front of the Scandling

HWS Debate once again showed its caliber as Sarim Karim ’22 and Sreyan Kanungo ’23 ranked in the top six teams competing in a tournament hosted by the Malaysian Institute for Debate and Public Speaking. The event was held online. The HWS pair competed in five preliminary rounds in the Youth Debate Open and finished as