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The HWS Update

Most college students spend a lot of time reading books. Most of those books, however, don’t have very many pictures and rarely include titles such as “Llama, Llama Red Pajama.“ In order to read books in that category HWS students have to participate in America Reads. This fall, HWS America Reads program participated in the

Irish America Magazine has named Hobart alum Scott Keogh ’91 to its “The Business 100” list. According to the publication, the listing “is a celebration of Irish-American corporate success.” It includes 29 CEOs, seven of the Top 10 Fortune 500 companies, and four of the 2010 Forbes Most Powerful Women in theWorld. Twenty-three Fortune 500

Over the years, Hobart and William Smith Colleges have fostered a significant number of writers.  Recently, Uzma Aslam Khan ’91 released her third novel titled “The Geometry of God” and the freshly-published book has received a wave of good reviews.  A review in Dawn says, “Khan undoubtedly breaks the mould. She carves a sublime story

Two writers on campus will question the limits of memory, genre and the divide between creative and critical writing during “Hybrid Memory: A Reading of Experimental Memoirs” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14 in the Blackwell Room (Demarest, second floor). What sets these memoirs apart is that they both have strong visual and fictional

Though the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is primarily known for its extensive art collection, it also houses several libraries, each with a distinctive collection. This summer, Roger Arnold ’10 is working in the Robert Goldwater library dedicated to the arts of Africa, the Pacific Islands, and native and pre-Columbian America. Arnold