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The HWS Update

Pass the Plate, a food pantry established by the Office for Spiritual Engagement, will host an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Jan. 26. The new campus pantry is currently collecting nonperishable donations to address food insecurity. All are welcome to attend the open house on Friday, which will take place from 9 a.m.

Staying on campus over break? Luckily, there are many opportunities for students and community members to come together during the Thanksgiving holiday. On Wednesday, Nov. 22, students are invited to have brunch with President Gregory J. Vincent ’83. Food will be served at 11 a.m. in Bartlett Theatre. The Office of Intercultural Affairs will host

Pass the Plate, a campus food pantry established by the Office for Spiritual Engagement, is currently collecting nonperishable donations to address food insecurity. Coordinated by Spiritual Engagement Office and Event Coordinator Jennifer Tufano, the initiative will open to campus later this fall. Pass the Plate aligns with a nationwide movement to expand accessibility to healthy food,

Kim Wilson Vincent will host holiday events at the President’s House this November and December that will offer students “fun opportunities to build community on campus and to connect with our Geneva neighbors,” Vincent says. On Wednesday, Nov. 8, students are invited to 690 S. Main Street to decorate boxes that will be used to

President Gregory J. Vincent ’83 and Kim Wilson Vincent are supporting local craftsmanship as the family makes their home in the President’s House. The Vincents have purchased three tables from Miles & May Furniture Works, a Geneva-based outpost focused on sustainable practices and community outreach. “It was important to me for the home to include

“Hobart and William Smith have a history of taking chances and being bold,” said HWS President Gregory J. Vincent ’83 as he outlined his vision for the Colleges’ future during his inaugural address. During his standing-room-only Presidential Inauguration at Trinity Church in Geneva, Vincent reflected on the legacy of the pioneering students, faculty and graduates

Carrying forward a tradition of inclusive excellence, Hobart and William Smith officially opened the new on-campus LGBTQ+ Resource Center during a standing-room-only dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 4 at de Cordova Hall. The gathering, which brought together students, faculty, staff, alums and friends of the Colleges, featured a keynote address by Savas Abadsidis ’96,

With excitement for the year ahead, the Classes of 2021 arrived on campus today to begin their collegiate careers and officially join the Hobart and William Smith community. [To follow the weekend’s events, visit the Orientation 2017 news page.] John Harper ’21, of West Chester, Ohio and Maddie Filkorn ’21, of Cazenovia, N.Y. were the

A new chapter in the history of Hobart and William Smith begins this week with the arrival of the Classes of 2021, one of the most diverse and promising groups of first-year students to join the community. To follow the weekend’s events, visit the Orientation 2017 news page. Class presidents, dedicated volunteers, excelling scholars and

President Gregory J. Vincent ’83 started his first day in office at Hobart and William Smith greeting students on the steps of Coxe Hall. Throughout the course of an energetic first week, Vincent connected with students, faculty, staff and alums, as well as the local community, elected officials and members of the media. “I am