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The HWS Writing Colleagues Program recently welcomed a new cohort of 16 peer mentors. Hobart and William Smith held a welcome celebration for the newest members of the Writing Colleagues Program.…

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Isabella Eliot ’23 reflects on selecting a major, campus activities and being a member of Heron rowing. Although she has not yet officially declared her major, Isabella Eliot ’23 says…

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In its role as “A Voice for the Students,” the Herald continues to serve as a platform for student journalism and prevalent discussions of campus issues, moving fully online during…

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Writing and Rhetoric major and Statesman sailor Aidan Morgan ’21 has secured an internship with ESPN Radio in Ithaca, N.Y., an affiliate that covers such national and local teams as…

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This summer, Emma Consoli ’20 is combining her interests in publishing with her passion for non-profit work as an intern with Kiwimbi International, a charity focused on supporting educational resources…

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The Likely World

The Likely World, the first novel by Professor of English Melanie Conroy-Goldman, is featured in the July/August 2020 issue of Vanity Fair magazine. In the magazine, Lysley Tenorio, author of…

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Alan Snel ’83 describes himself as “a journalist on wheels.” For 37 years, he’s been exploring the United States from the seat of his bicycle, meeting people and taking notes.…

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Carrie Firestone Virtual Talk

Writer, teacher and community builder Carrie Lenarcic Firestone ’92 has agreed to host a virtual author talk for the Hobart and William Smith community. The general writing discussion will be followed by a…

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A new poem by Daniel Schonning ’16 will appear in the June issue of Poetry, the Poetry Foundation magazine that has featured work by renowned writers such as T.S. Eliot,…

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A new book from Etruscan Press puts the work of three poets, including Visiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies James McCorkle ’76, in conversation with one another. In Triptych, which…

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