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The Great Lakes Protection Fund recognized Rob Collier ’73 for the trailblazing environmental program network he created, which has inspired similar programs across the country. Rob Collier ’73, the retired former president and CEO of the Council of Michigan Foundations, was awarded the 2021 Great Lakes Leadership Award in honor of his efforts to protect

In his new memoir, Peter Karp ’54 offers “an absorbing and moving account” of his wife’s unexpected battle with lung cancer. Mona Karp was a 57-year-old wife and mother of two when she was suddenly stricken with lung cancer. Her husband, Peter Karp ’54, has written a memoir dedicated to Mona’s memory and her struggle

Ten students in the Art and Architecture Department traveled to NYC to see art and meet alums working in the fine arts industry. Over the course of three days, students in the Art and Architecture Department visited five acclaimed art institutions in New York City and connected with alums in fine art, gallery management, gallery

Former eBay executive Harry Temkin ’89 joins DriveWealth, a pioneer in fractional investing and embedded finance, as Chief Information Officer. DriveWealth recently announced the hire of Harry Temkin ’89, who brings more than 30 years of experience in financial services and e-commerce. Temkin last served as Vice President of Seller Experience at eBay, managing an

Ben Ahearn ’11 reminisces on his time at the Colleges and how the Charles H. Salisbury Summer International Internship Stipend influenced his life and career journey. “In the past few months, I have reconnected with several old Hobart friends, some of whom I have not spoken with since we graduated 10 years ago. It feels

This fall, The Baltimore Sun inducted former HWS Board Chair and Honorary Trustee Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68, L.H.D.’18 and Barbara Bozzuto into the Business and Civic Hall of Fame. Honorary Trustee Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68, L.H.D.’18 and Barbara Bozzuto joined 11 other notable leaders honored this year by The Baltimore Sun. Named to the Sun’s

Best friends from the William Smith Class of 1984 have established the Strong Parents, Strong Daughters Fund in honor of the late Judith Murtha P’84. After 40 years of friendship, 12 alumnae from the William Smith Class of ’84 still get together for breakfast. In 1981, they gathered at their usual table in Comstock Hall,

Ever wonder what it takes to lead a successful business? Sabrina Horn ’83 offers valuable answers in her new book Make it, Don’t Fake it. Horn will return to campus this fall to share her leadership strategies. Best-selling author Sabrina Horn ’83 will be on campus on Wednesday, Nov. 10 to discuss Make it, Don’t

Alan Kalter ’64, the longtime announcer for the “Late Show with David Letterman” and beloved Class Correspondent since 1972, died on Monday. Alan Kalter ’64 was a talented voiceover artist and comedian, and loyal member of the Hobart and William Smith community. Since his passing on Monday, Oct. 4, remembrances have been shared widely across

Allison Jordan ’21 graduated magna cum laude in anthropology and sociology and joined Steps to Success at Notre Dame Mission Volunteers, an AmeriCorps program. She’s also using her post-graduate year to apply to law school. In this Q&A, Jordan shares what motivates her to serve the Boston, Mass. community, and her vision for a better