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This summer during a program co-led by Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Gabriella D’Angelo and Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture Alysia Kaplan, 13 students studied abroad in Berlin.…

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In her most recent work, Catherine Gallouët, Professor of French and Francophone Studies and the John Milton Potter Professor of the Humanities, looks at African resistance to colonialism and its…

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In her first book, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of English and Comparative Literature Alla Ivanchikova examines how Afghanistan has been imagined — and what those imaginings have…

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The Hobart and William Smith Colleges sailing team competed in four regattas this past weekend. The Colleges finished first at the Cayuga Lake Invite in Ithaca, N.Y., and second at…

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Wood Jonas Designs

The artwork of Jonas Wood ’99 has been hanging on gallery and museum walls for years, but thanks to a collaboration with French fashion house and luxury retailer Louis Vuitton,…

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Episode 6: Sage Gerling For nearly 200 years, the histories of HWS and the City of Geneva have been intertwined. On the newest episode of the “Pulteney Street Podcast: Inside HWS…

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Constitution Day Speaker Martin R. Stolar.

During the 2019 Constitution Day lecture, Marty Stolar discussed his career as a civil rights and criminal defense attorney. Stolar has represented thousands of arrested protestors and demonstrators representing movements…

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Hobart College senior goalie Brian Salazar was tabbed the Liberty League Men’s Soccer Defensive Performer of the Week by the conference office today ahead of a key non-conference tilt for the Statesmen.…

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Gabriel Pietrorazio ’20 represented HWS at the prestigious Excellence in Journalism [EIJ] Conference in September. Held in San Antonio, Texas, the EIJ Conference is professional journalism’s largest educational and networking…

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Award-winning American memoirist and fiction writer Lidia Yuknavitch will give a reading of her work in the Bartlett Theatre on Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. As the 2019-2020 Trias Writer in…

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At the Peak Performance kickoff event for William Smith athletes, Vice President and Executive Creative Director of R/GA Ayesha "AJ" Hassan '96 discusses her award-winning career in advertising.

Emmy award-winner Ayesha “AJ” Hassan ’96, vice president and executive creative director for R/GA Chicago, returned to campus to discuss careers in advertising as part of the HWS Career Journey’s…

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What would it take to fix the New York City subway system? In a presentation at The Company, 333 Madison Ave., on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 6 p.m., Professor of…

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Goulart Mike

After graduation, Mike Goulart ’20 has secured a position at BNP Paribas working with Loan Capital Markets on the firm’s High Grade Finance team. A French international banking group, BNP…

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As part of her study abroad experience with Advanced Studies in England, Mary Warner ’21 is completing an internship with The Jane Austen Centre in Bath, England. The Jane Austen Centre…

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Ten members of the 2018-19 Hobart and William Smith Colleges sailing team were recently named to end of the year all-academic teams. Ten sailors were named to the Middle Atlantic…

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When you came to take pictures in one of my classes last week, you were in Psy100 (Introduction to Psychology), which consists of first year and sophomore students
Julie Kingrey

Mindfulness is the topic of a peer-reviewed article recently published by Associate Professor of Psychology Julie Newman Kingery, Associate Professor of Psychology Jamie Bodenlos and student colleagues. The article discusses…

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Motivated by his recent college search experience, Sreyan Kanungo ’23 developed a guide for fellow international students to advise them through the American college application process. In August, his guide…

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Media and society major Linh Nguyen ’21 created the water drop logo for the Year of Water that is being used to promote the initiative’s interdisciplinary programming throughout the 2019-2020…

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An aerial view from the Quad of Coxe Hall and campus during a fall afternoon.

Sodexo, a facilities management and a food services company committed to improving Quality of Life, partnered with Hobart and William Smith (HWS) Colleges to earn ISO 55001 certification from the…

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The William Smith College soccer team moved up three spots to No. 2 in the first United Soccer Coaches poll of the regular season. In addition, the Herons are ranked…

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ALI MARPET

For the second year in a row, Ali Marpet ’15 has been voted captain by his Tampa Bay Buccaneer teammates. Marpet, the highest Division III draft pick in NFL history,…

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While studying abroad, Tanner Poisson '19 captures Mal· Strana and Prague Castle at sunset.

Five Hobart and William Smith students have been selected for the prestigious U.S. Department of State Benjamin Gilman Scholarship to support independent research and scholarship while they study abroad during…

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Last spring, students in the Entrepreneurial Studies Capstone developed strategies that would help a new Geneva, N.Y. business launch. After several weeks of community-based research, students presented their recommendations at…

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Plaque in Abbe Center for three lost in the 9/11 tragedy.

In remembrance of those who lost their lives during the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, Hobart and William Smith will observe the somber day by inviting members of the HWS…

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Kevin Dunn

Political Science Professor Kevin Dunn, the Donald R. Harter ’39 Professor of the Humanities and Social Sciences, has produced a wide-ranging body of scholarship examining international relations theory, African politics,…

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