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For her impassioned efforts to increase voter turnout, Kate Equinozzi ’23 has been named to the ALL IN: Campus Democracy Challenge Honor Roll.Kate Equinozzi ’23 is one of only 82 recipients in the nation to be named to the ALL IN: Campus Democracy Challenge Honor Roll, a national distinction recognizing students for advancing nonpartisan student

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Bret Stephens reflected on intellectual humility, the benefits of a healthy conservative politics and the perils of ideological orthodoxy. “Thoughtful introspection” was the running theme of Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times Opinion Columnist Bret Stephens’ dialogue during the inaugural event of the Stern Family Forum series. “We can keep our minds open and still think of

A lecture series created to spur students to enter into conversations on tough issues will open with a talk from Pulitzer Prize-Winning New York Times Opinion Columnist Bret Stephens that will be moderated by Emmy Award-winning 60 Minutes Correspondent and HWS Trustee Bill Whitaker. The Stern Family Forum, generously funded by Honorary Trustee Herbert J. Stern ’58,

Professor of Political Science David Ost examines the relationships between Russia, Ukraine, NATO and the political left in an essay in Foreign Policy in Focus. In his essay, “Russia, Ukraine, NATO and the Left,” Professor of Political Science David Ost, an expert on Eastern European politics and society, discusses the reaction of the political left to

Hobart and William Smith will award the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy an honorary degree in absentia. Hobart and William Smith, along with a number of other colleges and universities, will award Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy an honorary degree at the 2022 Commencement. Zelenskyy, who will be recognized in absentia, has demonstrated profound leadership in

In a new book, Professor of International Relations Kevin Dunn examines how the Trump administration’s foreign policies affected relations between the United States and Africa. Foreign Perceptions of the United States under Donald Trump features a chapter by Kevin Dunn, the Donald R. Harter ’39 Professor of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Published by Lexington

John Sipher ’83, P’19, who worked for the CIA’s clandestine service for 28 years, and Professor of Political Science David Ost, an expert on Eastern European politics and society, unpacked the latest developments in the unfolding crisis. In a webinar on Friday, Feb. 25, President Joyce P. Jacobsen hosted a conversation between John Sipher ’83,

For the Hobart hockey team, the Russian and Ukraine conflict is very personal. For Hobart hockey teammates and friends Artem Buzoverya ’24 and Gagik Malakyan ’24, the political relations between Ukraine and Russia, which culminated with the invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces Thursday, have a personal connection. Buzoverya was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine, less

Current and former U.S. Congressional Representatives, including HWS alums, joined members of the campus community for a panel discussion on careers in the nation’s capital. During this year’s Day on the Hill program, students engaged with three long-time Congressmen on topics such as climate change, foreign policy and bipartisanship — as well as advice on

French Professor Kanaté Dahouda examines how the politics of ethnic identities led to a Civil War in the Ivory Coast in 2010. Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies Kanaté Dahouda has published a political essay on the Ivory Coast in “Le Patriote” and “Lebanco.net,” daily newspapers covering news and analysis on politics, business, culture and