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When viewers tune in to the latest hockey coverage on Canada-based TSN television network, they aren’t hearing just any analysis of the play-by-play action. In fact, they’re seeing the award-winning insights of former Hobart Hockey Assistant Coach Pierre McGuire ’83. As one of the network’s on-air experts, McGuire earned TSN’s Gemini Award for Best Game

Knowing graduate school was not the answer immediately after college, Jesse Saperstein chose to hike the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine to raise money for the Joey DiPaolo AIDS Foundation.  As Hobart senior, Saperstein served as residential advisor to the AIDS Awareness House and invited DiPaolo to speak on campus.  After meeting at this

When you’re a student at HWS, writing is essential. Especially research papers for academic coursework. Knowing the high quality of this writing, Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Mary Salibrici began ‘One Essay: Showcase of Student Writing,’ a Web site that features some of the best essay writing by HWS students. “I wanted to be

Among all of its natural beauty, the Adirondack region is known for its unique array of birdlife. But it takes a special eye to know where the birding is at its best in the Adirondack region. That’s where Hobart Alumnus and Bird Expert John M.C. Peterson ’64 comes in. Peterson – Adirondack Champlain editor of

Over the past three years, Genoa Boswell has worked at radio stations and behind the silver screen at a film production company. This summer, she’s moving on to television as an intern at Kansas City Public Television (KCPT), a local PBS station for the greater Kansas City, Missouri area. She called a few local stations.

Nine faculty members were granted tenure by the Hobart and William Smith Colleges Board of Trustees at their recent meeting. Of these, eight were also advanced to the rank of associate professor; one currently is a full professor. Those advancing to associate professor include Lara Blanchard of art, Melanie Conroy-Goldman of English, Tara Curtin of

Liz Mills, a sophomore media and society and English double major, has been selected for NBC’s 2008 Olympic Internship Program. She will work in the prominent 30 Rock NBC Studios in New York City, helping with the 2008 Summer Olympic coverage in Beijing. “I’m looking forward to living in NYC for about a month, being

This summer three Hobart and William Smith students have gained access behind the scenes and learned what it takes to work in the front office of not just one professional sporting franchise, but four. Brian Cibelli ’08, Shannon Elliott ’09 and Lance Boyington ’09 are interning this summer with the Rochester Sports Group which runs