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Fred Matt on leadership: Provide clarity, lead by example, celebrate success

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Fred Matt on leadership: Provide clarity, lead by example, celebrate success By Stan Linhorst | StanLinhorst@gmail.com Reproduced by permission of The Post-Standard. Fred Matt is president of F.X. Matt Brewing…

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Rev. Cloughen ’64 Authors One Minute Stewardship


Rev. Charles Cloughen Jr. ’64 is the author of One Minute Stewardship: Creative Ways to Talk about Money in Church.   An Episcopal priest for more than 50 years and…

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Dobkowski Named Endowed Chair


Professor of Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski has been named the John Milton Potter Chair in the Humanities. A member of the Colleges’ faculty since 1976, Professor of Religious Studies Michael…

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Pyle ’23 Lands 2 Social Media Internships


This summer, Zara Pyle ’23 is balancing two remote social media internships at companies run by Hobart and William Smith alums. Zara Pyle ’23 is working as a social media…

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Outdoor Adventure Program for Classes of 2025


Incoming first-year students can start their time at the Colleges with an outdoor adventure by participating in the 2021 HWS Pre-Orientation Adventure Program. “As an incoming first-year I made incredible…

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Boland and Lawver

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,…

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Perich Thomas 3

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…

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Eliyah Roberts

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…

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Phi Beta Kappa induction-00141

For academically accomplished students, there is no higher recognition than admission to Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest academic honor society in the United States. Of nearly 300 PBK chapters nationwide, Zeta of New York was the 23rd founded, making it older than many American colleges and universities.

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Marpet

For four years, Super Bowl Champion Ali Marpet ’15 protected Statesman teammate Dom Ellis ’15 on Boswell Field; recently U.S. Secret Service Officer Ellis met with his former classmate on…

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Tennis

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association honored members of the Hobart and William Smith Colleges tennis teams by naming them scholar-athletes. The Herons were also named a 2021 Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic…

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Matt Fred Leadership

Fred Matt on leadership: Provide clarity, lead by example, celebrate success By Stan Linhorst | StanLinhorst@gmail.com Reproduced by permission of The Post-Standard. Fred Matt is president of F.X. Matt Brewing…

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Cloughen Charles Book

Rev. Charles Cloughen Jr. ’64 is the author of One Minute Stewardship: Creative Ways to Talk about Money in Church.   An Episcopal priest for more than 50 years and…

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Dobkowski and Salter Classroom-00094

Professor of Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski has been named the John Milton Potter Chair in the Humanities. A member of the Colleges’ faculty since 1976, Professor of Religious Studies Michael…

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PYLE ZARA 2

This summer, Zara Pyle ’23 is balancing two remote social media internships at companies run by Hobart and William Smith alums. Zara Pyle ’23 is working as a social media…

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POAP Kayak Test 0181

Incoming first-year students can start their time at the Colleges with an outdoor adventure by participating in the 2021 HWS Pre-Orientation Adventure Program. “As an incoming first-year I made incredible…

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Boland and Lawver

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,…

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Perich Thomas 3

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…

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Eliyah Roberts

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…

Full Article

Phi Beta Kappa induction-00141

For academically accomplished students, there is no higher recognition than admission to Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest academic honor society in the United States. Of nearly 300 PBK chapters nationwide, Zeta of New York was the 23rd founded, making it older than many American colleges and universities.

Full Article

Marpet

For four years, Super Bowl Champion Ali Marpet ’15 protected Statesman teammate Dom Ellis ’15 on Boswell Field; recently U.S. Secret Service Officer Ellis met with his former classmate on…

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