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Payne ’88 Wins Pulitzer Prize for The Dead Are Arising

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The epic biography of Malcolm X — coauthored by Tamara Payne ’88 and her father, the late Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Les Payne P’88 — previously won the National Book…

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Investigative Journalism, the Nation of Islam and Racial Uplift


An article about Muhammad Speaks by Khuram Hussain, Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, is featured in JSTOR Daily. In an article this month, Associate Professor of Education and…

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From the Crucible of the Pandemic: Oxygen, Purpose and a “Weird” Commencement for the Classes of 2020


A year after graduating, the Classes of 2020 returned to campus to celebrate their Commencement in person. Like the Greatest Generation, the Classes of 2020 have been “formed and forged…

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Smith ’21 Lands Policy Internship on Capitol Hill


Graduating magna cum laude in biology with a minor in economics, Amelia Smith ’21 has landed an internship with the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources, where she hopes to affect environmental policy on Capitol Hill.

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HWS Awarded Nearly $50K for Finger Lakes Research


Two new grants support HWS researchers in their exploration of harmful algal blooms, both historical and contemporary, in the Finger Lakes. With funding from the Great Lakes Research Consortium (GLRC),…

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A graduate student in atmospheric and oceanic sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ian Beckley ’20 was recognized with the Schwerdtfeger Award for academic achievement. Ian Beckley ’20 is the…

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HWS Rowing KColton-2102

During her first-year at HWS, Mary Baillos ’24 declared a major in international relations, further pursued her love of music and joined the close-knit William Smith rowing team. Last year,…

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Beyrer

Dr. Chris Beyrer ’81, epidemiologist and professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, was interviewed on PBS News Hour Weekend on the 40th anniversary of the first documented cases…

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Sailing

The Hobart and William Smith Colleges sailing team capped the 2021 spring season with a 12th-place finish at the Gill College Sailing Coed Nationals. It was the program’s 20th appearance…

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Senior Dinner

Per tradition, members of the graduating Classes of 2020 returned to Saga for a champagne toast and remarks from a member of the faculty.  On the eve of their commencement,…

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Brian Hoffman

Brian Hoffman ’21 accepts position on Leads Generation team at IHS Markit. Graduating cum laude in economics, Brian Hoffman ’21 will start a post-graduate position at IHS Markit as an…

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The epic biography of Malcolm X — coauthored by Tamara Payne ’88 and her father, the late Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Les Payne P’88 — previously won the National Book…

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HWS Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Khuram Hussain

An article about Muhammad Speaks by Khuram Hussain, Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, is featured in JSTOR Daily. In an article this month, Associate Professor of Education and…

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Cury2

A year after graduating, the Classes of 2020 returned to campus to celebrate their Commencement in person. Like the Greatest Generation, the Classes of 2020 have been “formed and forged…

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Smith Mimi. KColton-0063B

Graduating magna cum laude in biology with a minor in economics, Amelia Smith ’21 has landed an internship with the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources, where she hopes to affect environmental policy on Capitol Hill.

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Seneca Lake Algal Blooms

Two new grants support HWS researchers in their exploration of harmful algal blooms, both historical and contemporary, in the Finger Lakes. With funding from the Great Lakes Research Consortium (GLRC),…

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Beckley Ian Headshot 2

A graduate student in atmospheric and oceanic sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ian Beckley ’20 was recognized with the Schwerdtfeger Award for academic achievement. Ian Beckley ’20 is the…

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HWS Rowing KColton-2102

During her first-year at HWS, Mary Baillos ’24 declared a major in international relations, further pursued her love of music and joined the close-knit William Smith rowing team. Last year,…

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Beyrer

Dr. Chris Beyrer ’81, epidemiologist and professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, was interviewed on PBS News Hour Weekend on the 40th anniversary of the first documented cases…

Full Article

Sailing

The Hobart and William Smith Colleges sailing team capped the 2021 spring season with a 12th-place finish at the Gill College Sailing Coed Nationals. It was the program’s 20th appearance…

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Senior Dinner

Per tradition, members of the graduating Classes of 2020 returned to Saga for a champagne toast and remarks from a member of the faculty.  On the eve of their commencement,…

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