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While searching for a healthy, tasty beverage with a modern vibe, husband and wife duo Brian ’90 and Cricket ’92 Allen were shocked by the lack of products made without artificial sweeteners, flavoring, dyes or high sugar content. “We were looking for a delicious and healthy beverage for ourselves and our twin daughters,” says Brian.

As a Hobart student, Rob Holmes ’92, who majored environmental studies, recognized the importance of green living. As founder and president of the non-profit Green Living Project, he promotes sustainability across the globe. On Thursday, July 22, 2010, Holmes brought that awareness to New York City as Green Living Project hosted a special multi-media presentation

Just weeks after his graduation, Christopher Szymanski ’10 has accepted a position with Citigroup Inc. at their Buffalo office. Szymanski will work as a support analyst on a fixed income trading floor for the company. His responsibilities will include trade capture and trade processing of domestic and foreign treasuries, as well as corporate bonds, liens, and

As the daughter of a marketing CEO, Ali Napier ’11 saw interning at Merkley and Partners (M&P) in New York City this past summer as a valuable stepping stone towards a career she wants to pursue. She worked as an intern account manager for the ALL account. Meg Stirling ’10 graduated cum laude this spring

William Smith senior Abby Rudman spent the summer working as a marketing intern at online textbook rental company Chegg.com. In the position, Rudman was able to offer insight from a student’s perspective as to how to let other college students know about Chegg and had the opportunity to help the marketing team create a back-to-school

Hobart College graduates Jared Shahid ’06 and Otto Foerster ’06 have recently teamed up with partner James Reilly to create Palindrome Apparel. The company launched this summer with a line of T-shirts and three non-profit partners who would benefit from their sale. A “palindrome” is a word, sentence, or phrase that is spelled the same

Andrew Gaines ‘83, an attorney and partner with Weil, Gotshal & Manges in New York, will return to campus on Thursday, Oct. 21, to present a talk about a career in law as part of the Professionals in Residence Program. Sponsored by the Salisbury Center for Career Services, Professionals in Residence offers opportunities for students

Katherine Faherty ’09 is currently an intern writing for Dollars & Sense. Her most recent article appeared on January 10, and focused on North Carolina’s recent mandate that “teachers and state employees be subjected to health compliance testing for their health insurance.” Her article appears below. More articles authored or co-authored by Faherty are online

Daniel L. Rosensweig ’83 was recently featured in The New York Times for announcing he is leaving Activision Blizzard’s Guitar Hero franchise, where he is president and CEO, to take the same position at start-up Chegg.com. The company, according to the Times, is “a well-financed start-up that is applying the online rental model pioneered by

William Smith alumna Jennifer Lever ’08 recently visited campus as part of an informational session to recruit potential employees. Lever works for the Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG) in Albany and both she and the company’s Senior Human Resources Manager for Upstate New York, Laurie Riester, spoke to a group of more than 20 student attendees