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Learning From Children With Disabilities

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The opportunities for learning that Zachary Bannon ’19 found in his “Children With Disabilities” course have extended far beyond the classroom. As part of the class, the architecture major/studio arts…

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Studying in Barnaul, Russia


Among the western plains of Siberia is the thriving city of Barnaul, Russia. Situated close to the border of Kazakhstan, the city is an industrial, cultural and educational center home…

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HWS Remembers President Bush


While the Most Rev. Michael B. ​Curry ’75, the 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church, officiated the funeral services of President George H.W. Bush, the Colleges’ community commemorated…

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Sustainable Community Development: Local Change in Action


In the face of climate change, aging infrastructure and growing social inequities, graduates of Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ Sustainable Community Development (SCD) program are busy tackling the myriad challenges…

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Jennings ’19 Showcases No Exit


Austin Jennings ’19 concludes a component of his Honors project with a performance of No Exit in collaboration with the student-led theater group, the Phoenix Players at 2 p.m. on Sunday,…

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WS Hockey vs. Stevenson104

The William Smith College ice hockey team scored six unanswered goals as it defeated Neumann 6-1 in a United Collegiate Hockey Conference contest at The Cooler this afternoon. With the…

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In a November story on NPR.org, Professor of Sociology Wes Perkins discussed how his research into perceptions and behaviors around alcohol among college students intersects with successful approaches to preventing…

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Leadership Institute

Designed for students with leadership experience in all levels, the Leadership Institute is inviting students from HWS and neighboring institutions to a three-day professional conference committed to enriching and enhancing…

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Yadav 4

For her outstanding scholarship and public engagement on the complex politics of the Middle East, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav was named this year’s…

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Hobart College first-year Mohamed Abdelhafez was named the Liberty League Men’s Squash Rookie of the Week by the conference office today. This is the third time this season that he has been…

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With his most recent book, Mammalogy Techniques Lab Manual, published this fall by Johns Hopkins University Press, Professor of Biology James Ryan offers student-scientists a guide to practical techniques used…

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The opportunities for learning that Zachary Bannon ’19 found in his “Children With Disabilities” course have extended far beyond the classroom. As part of the class, the architecture major/studio arts…

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The HWS Barnaul group in front of the city sign

Among the western plains of Siberia is the thriving city of Barnaul, Russia. Situated close to the border of Kazakhstan, the city is an industrial, cultural and educational center home…

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Bush Lax

While the Most Rev. Michael B. ​Curry ’75, the 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church, officiated the funeral services of President George H.W. Bush, the Colleges’ community commemorated…

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Sustainable Community Development-002

In the face of climate change, aging infrastructure and growing social inequities, graduates of Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ Sustainable Community Development (SCD) program are busy tackling the myriad challenges…

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Austin3

Austin Jennings ’19 concludes a component of his Honors project with a performance of No Exit in collaboration with the student-led theater group, the Phoenix Players at 2 p.m. on Sunday,…

Full Article

WS Hockey vs. Stevenson104

The William Smith College ice hockey team scored six unanswered goals as it defeated Neumann 6-1 in a United Collegiate Hockey Conference contest at The Cooler this afternoon. With the…

Full Article

Perkins2

In a November story on NPR.org, Professor of Sociology Wes Perkins discussed how his research into perceptions and behaviors around alcohol among college students intersects with successful approaches to preventing…

Full Article

Leadership Institute

Designed for students with leadership experience in all levels, the Leadership Institute is inviting students from HWS and neighboring institutions to a three-day professional conference committed to enriching and enhancing…

Full Article

Yadav 4

For her outstanding scholarship and public engagement on the complex politics of the Middle East, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav was named this year’s…

Full Article

Squash 1

Hobart College first-year Mohamed Abdelhafez was named the Liberty League Men’s Squash Rookie of the Week by the conference office today. This is the third time this season that he has been…

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