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The HWS Update

On Saturday, June 21, the Geneva Scholarship Association (GSA) celebrated 40 years of service to the Geneva and HWS communities and recognized the organization’s founders. In honor of their service, President Mark Gearan presented the original founders of GSA with presidential medals, commemorating the positive legacy that they have left on Geneva and Hobart and

The Geneva Scholarship Associates, a fund that supports academically and financially deserving students from Geneva or DeSales High Schools to attend Hobart and William Smith, now exceeds $1 million thanks to a record contribution to the fund from Hobart and William Smith Colleges Trustee Stuart S. Piltch ’82, P’11 and his wife Sari Feldman P’11.

Geneva Scholarship Associates announces the Great GSA Duck Invasion — during the Hobart Statesmen vs. St. Lawrence football game on Saturday Oct. 22. Adopted ducks will be dropped from the sky and prizes awarded to the first 23 ducks randomly plucked from the field. Super Secret Stealth Duck has already been spotted by lucky duck

William F. McGowan elected to serve GENEVA, N.Y.—Geneva Scholarship Associates (GSA) has elected William F. McGowan to serve as the organization’s new board president. McGowan, a graduate of Syracuse University and University of Michigan Law School, has been practicing law in Geneva for 40 years. An active member of the Geneva community, McGowan has been

GENEVA, N.Y. — The newest Geneva Scholarship Associates award recipients were introduced to a crowd of more than 100 at a donors reception June 6 at the Scandling Center. Melvin Cruz and Annalise VanHouten (third and fourth from left in photo)graduated from Geneva High School on June 24 and enter Hobart and William Smith Colleges,

Funding from Geneva Scholarship Associates makes a Hobart and William Smith education possible for Geneva High grad (Dec. 1, 2004) GENEVA, N.Y.–First-year student Christie Torruella is thriving at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. She enjoys all her classes, although she’s having a tough time choosing between economics or sociology as a major. In addition, she