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Lynn Hoffman ’65 is featured in The Chestnut Hill Local, a Philadelphia-area weekly newspaper. Hoffman is described as a “Renaissance man,” in the article, which notes his careers in a variety of fields and details his most recent work, the book “bang-BANG” (Kunati Books, 2007). “He has been a best-selling novelist, professional photographer, executive chef/owner

All graduating seniors know they spent four years honing their brains and their skills for what comes next – whether it’s grad school, service work or the start of a career. Not all, though, have a chance to see those skills in practice before they leave college. That’s exactly why Jack Harris, professor of anthropology

They say you can never go home again, but HWS alums often prove that not to be the case at all. From Oct. 1-3, Hobart College welcomes alumnus Michael J. Miller ’83 home as the 2008-2009 John Henry Hobart Fellow in Residence for Ethics and Social Justice. Throughout his professional and scholarly work, Miller has

Political interest and activism are rising on the HWS campus as the 2008 presidential election approachs. The Vote Smart bus came to campus in November, and HWS Votes has been active, but individual students are making their marks as well. Over winter break, Vincent DeFabo ’08 volunteered with the Giuliani campaign in New Hampshire during