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At the Geneva Scholarship Associates’ recent annual Casino Night, the organization’s signature fundraising event, current and past GSA scholarship recipients and their families joined local supporters and the HWS community for…

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Caroline Wenzel Chapman ’05 was recently named the director of communications and advisement for the Canandaigua City School District. Chapman has more than a decade of experience working in Canandaigua…

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Geneva Scholarship Associates, a civic organization that has provided scholarship assistance helping Geneva students to attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges since 1968, has announced the appointment of five new members.…

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During her internship as a media planner with New York City-based Merkley+Partners, Madison Maher ’19 caught a glimpse into the world of advertising, and helped solidify her future career plans.…

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For the past six years, the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation has been helping local HWS students who are the first in their families to attend college reach their…

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Macbeth will take center stage at the McDonald Theatre to commence the HWS Theatre season. Associate Professor of Theatre Chris Hatch directs Shakespeare’s action-packed tale of greed, power, magic, lust…

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Casino Night benefit is to raise money for local scholarships for academically and financially challenging households. Casino Night benefit is to raise money for local scholarships for academically and financially challenging households. Casino Night benefit is to raise money for local scholarships for academically and financially challenging households.

The Geneva Scholarship Associates (GSA) will kick off its 50th Anniversary Year with Casino Night, the organization’s signature, annual fundraising event on Saturday, Nov. 4. Presented in partnership with Hobart…

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The class of '66 reunites for their 50th reunion anniversary.

The Auburn Citizen recently featured the water quality-monitoring work in the Finger Lakes region conducted through the Finger Lakes Institute by HWS faculty, staff and students. In July, the Citizen article “Don’t mind us: Finger Lakes Institute…

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Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honors society, inducted 36 recent HWS grads into its Zeta Chapter in May. Faculty and staff holding membership to the honors…

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Journalist Teaganne Finn ’16 earned a master’s in journalism and public affairs at American University while completing internships at the Washington Post and Reporters Without Borders, a non-profit organization defending…

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