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Yellen Named Treasury Secretary in Biden Cabinet

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This week, President-Elect Joe Biden announced that he will nominate Janet Yellen, former chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and recipient of the 2015 Elizabeth…

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A Most Beautiful Thing


On Wednesday, Nov. 18, Hobart rowers, sophomore Bryce Miltenberger and first-year Conrad Palmer, moderated a Zoom panel with Arshay Cooper discussing “A Most Beautiful Thing” a movie inspired by his…

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The Stewardson Society Welcomes Young Alums


The Stewardson Society is Hobart and William Smith’s newest gift recognition program for alums and friends of the Colleges who make recurring donations. Through sustained commitments, alums stay connected to…

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HWS on Climate Action at International Leadership Competition


This month, four Hobart and William Smith students tackled climate change and sustainable development in the International Leadership Association’s virtual leadership competition. Camila Goclowski ’22, William Koepp ’23, Emma MacShara…

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America Reads Offers One-on-One Virtual Tutoring


For over 30 years, HWS students have been paired with local elementary students for extra reading help as part of the Tutor Corps @ America Reads program, sponsored by the…

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Mary L. Coffey

In her new book, Mary L. Coffey, provost and dean of the faculty and a professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies, delves into the novels of Benito Pérez Galdós and…

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Bishop Curry 1

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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Tamara Payne

The epic biography of Malcolm X, begun by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Les Payne P’88 and completed by his daughter Tamara Payne ’88, was named the winner of…

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Plus-One-DU3

Graduates, families and friends of the Colleges are invited to recommend prospective students in a new collaboration between the HWS Office of Admissions and the Office of Alumni and Alumnae…

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Founders day Speakers

Four William Smith alums — Rachel Henderson ’06, senior vice president of corporate social good at Fenton; Delvina Morrow ’09, director of strategic and community initiatives for the Pittsburgh Penguins;…

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Janet Yellen, the 15th Chair of the Federal Reserve, receives the Blackwell Award.

This week, President-Elect Joe Biden announced that he will nominate Janet Yellen, former chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and recipient of the 2015 Elizabeth…

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A Most Beautiful Thing

On Wednesday, Nov. 18, Hobart rowers, sophomore Bryce Miltenberger and first-year Conrad Palmer, moderated a Zoom panel with Arshay Cooper discussing “A Most Beautiful Thing” a movie inspired by his…

Full Article

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The Stewardson Society is Hobart and William Smith’s newest gift recognition program for alums and friends of the Colleges who make recurring donations. Through sustained commitments, alums stay connected to…

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Leadership Conference Team KColton-0022

This month, four Hobart and William Smith students tackled climate change and sustainable development in the International Leadership Association’s virtual leadership competition. Camila Goclowski ’22, William Koepp ’23, Emma MacShara…

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Jones Kennedy 24 America Reads KColton, Hirschon , Dorm Room, Geneva student is Anialis Aponte

For over 30 years, HWS students have been paired with local elementary students for extra reading help as part of the Tutor Corps @ America Reads program, sponsored by the…

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Mary L. Coffey

In her new book, Mary L. Coffey, provost and dean of the faculty and a professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies, delves into the novels of Benito Pérez Galdós and…

Full Article

Bishop Curry 1

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.…

Full Article

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…

Full Article

Tamara Payne

The epic biography of Malcolm X, begun by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Les Payne P’88 and completed by his daughter Tamara Payne ’88, was named the winner of…

Full Article

Plus-One-DU3

Graduates, families and friends of the Colleges are invited to recommend prospective students in a new collaboration between the HWS Office of Admissions and the Office of Alumni and Alumnae…

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