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Two recent graduates have accepted positions at Aon. Delia Lawver ’21 and Julian Boland ’21 have landed full-time positions at Aon, a global financial services firm. Starting later this summer, Lawver will serve as a business development specialist, conducting market research and forecasting. Boland has begun his post as a mergers and acquisitions specialist, working

Thomas Perich ’23 sheds the pandemic year and embraces freedom, cycling from campus to his home in Laurel, Maryland. At the end of the semester, Thomas Perich ’23 decided that he wanted to return home to Laurel, Maryland in an unconventional way. Rather than driving, he rode all 353 miles on his bicycle. Averaging about

In her first year at the Colleges, Eliyah Roberts ’24 made her mark on the HWS Theatre stage, performing in all three productions. As she hones her craft, she is also making friends, and learning how to embrace independence. What’s the biggest difference between being a high school student and a college student? The biggest

Fred Matt ’81, president of the fourth-generation brewery F.X. Matt Brewing Co., reflects on the family business, its longevity and effective management in the Syracuse Post-Standard’s weekly series on leadership. The Syracuse Post-Standard’s weekly “Conversation on Leadership” series recently featured Fred Matt ’81, president of the fourth-generation brewery F.X. Matt Brewing Co. The company, started by Matt’s

Feven Yohannes ’04 and her identical twin sister Helena have always seen beauty as a way to connect with other women. For the Eritrean refugees born in a camp in Sudan, makeup was a way to form relationships in their predominantly white neighborhood in Rochester, N.Y., and how Yohannes built friendships on the Hobart and William

Tyler Pierson ’21 accepts position at one of the world’s largest financial services institutions, Prudential Financial. Graduating with a major in economics and a minor in entrepreneurial studies, Tyler Pierson ’21 will begin working as a financial advisor for Prudential. Serving clients worldwide, the financial service firm provides life insurance, health insurance, retirement and other

In “Introduction to Imaging,” students each created a photo series that captures the visual and conceptual essence of the places they live. During the intensive, three-week Maymester course, students explored the methods, materials and history of photography — and how photographic imaging has influenced how we perceive reality. Under the guidance of Professor of Art

Liberty League Commissioner Tracy King announced that Hobart College tennis all-star Walker Anderson is the 2020-21 Liberty League Men’s Scholar Athlete of the Year. He is the first Statesman to win the award since Richie Bonney ’14 in 2014. Selected in a vote of the league’s athletic directors, the Liberty League Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards are

Mirabel Hickman ’21 begins a Master of Architecture at Pratt Institute Mirabel Hickman ’21 will soon begin a graduate degree at Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture. At HWS, she graduated magna cum laude in architectural studies with a minor in dance. Hickman was also awarded an Architecture Prize for Leadership, Service and Academic Achievement. Since

Diplomacy is only as productive as each party’s capacity to listen. This principle, which Mustafa Sayed ’11 absorbed from mentors around the globe, serves as a model for his work as executive director of the Pakistan-China Institute. Based in Islamabad, Sayed heads the think tank’s efforts to promote dialogue among Pakistan, China and neighboring countries. By informing