The Daily Update
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On Jan. 18, HWS and the Geneva community will march to honor the life and service of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Hobart and William Smith will join the Geneva…

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Capping a new course this fall, students published a collaborative exploration of the history, modes, applications and future of dance criticism. In Professor of Dance Cynthia Williams’ course,  DAN 314…

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Love, self-care and healing relationships were the focus of a live virtual discussion with Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry ’75 on Nov.…

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Can We Live

With artist and educator Athesia Benjamin, Professor of Dance Donna Davenport co-created a pop-up art and movement installation as part of The Reckoning, a series of events designed to encourage…

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Art and politics come together in a series of events hosted by the Davis Gallery at Houghton House. Crafting Democracy features a fiber arts exhibit, a handmade zine and a…

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Hackathon

This year’s Hackathon, a 24-hour social innovation challenge, tackled the issue of mass incarceration. Sponsored by the Centennial Center, the event included nine teams from Hobart and William Smith and…

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Hackathon, sponsored by the Centennial Center, challenges participants to “hack” a complex social issue in just 24 hours. For the first time in HWS Hackathon history, this year’s topic­ —…

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John Lewis

The Colleges will celebrate the life of civil rights leader and U.S. Congressman John Lewis with a screening of “John Lewis: Good Trouble” on campus and online on Tuesday, Sept.…

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Starting with a group of nearly 60 supporters strong, The Rising Panthers grassroots student organization gathered on the steps of Coxe Hall on Monday night. Before the Black Student Lives…

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Throughout the 2020-2021 academic year, the Fisher Center for the Study of Gender and Justice invites faculty, students, staff and visiting speakers to interrogate language as they explore the theme,…

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