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David Kenney ’92 was featured in an article in the Rocky Mountain News extolling his positive track record as a political consultant in Colorado. “He’s crafted a string of successful campaign strategies that have earned him a reputation as Colorado’s go-to political adviser,” states the article, which later notes Kenney has “had a huge hand

Dr. Chris Beyrer ’81 was recently a member of a team of Americans and South Africans who traveled to Zimbabwe to assess its health crisis for Physicians for Human Rights. What the team found, according to an NPR “All Things Considered” story on the country’s medical situation, was “…that Zimbabwe is not just facing a cholera

Hobart alum Sandy Krolick ’75, a former visiting professor of philosophy, has written a new book titled “The Recovery of Ecstasy: Notebooks from Siberia,” a journey confronting the social, cultural and personal challenges we face in modern times. The book was penned by Krolick after a 22-year hiatus in his writing. “We’re all raised in

Russell Friedenberg ’91 and his wife Heather Rae are filmmakers in a state not quite as well known for film – Idaho. An article in the Idaho Statesman’s Treasure Magazine provides a glimpse into the couple’s relationship, professional motivations and upcoming projects. Friedenberg has written a thriller, “The Cold” that will soon be made and

On Thursday, October 16, join President Mark Gearan and three history department faculty for a panel discussion on the 2008 Presidential election. Professors Clifton Hood and Daniel J. Singal and Assistant Professor Laura Free will examine past critical elections as a way of gaining perspective on this year’s landmark race.  All three professors specialize in

Hyeok Kim ’98 is featured in the November 28 issue of Northwest Asian Weekly as the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation prepares to honor her this month as a “Top Contributor to the Asian Community.” Kim was recently named the Interim Community Development Association’s (ICDA) executive director. Of the recent appointment, the article quotes Kim as

Clifton Hood, professor of history at HWS, recently participated in a forum at The City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center. “The Gotham Center History Forum, Part II: The Corner of 34th and Fifth,” focused on a geographical and historical look at one corner over time – the corner of 34th Street and Fifth