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William Smith Dean Lisa Kaenzig P’22, an expert on topics in pedagogy and introversion, was interviewed in an article by the Associated Press. The article, titled, “Extroverts (And Introverts, Too)…

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While studying the political history of Vietnam, Tolulope Arasanyin ’21 focused her abroad experience on a project that allowed her to interview people who had experienced the move from colonialism…

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John Meskan ’24, one of the newest members of the Hobart and William Smith community, likes a challenge. Having climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, a dormant volcano in Tanzania, he is prepared…

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The Tewaaraton Foundation announced its final watch list for the 2020 Tewaaraton Award for the best men’s and women’s college lacrosse players of the year. Sophomore attackman Jason Knox joined senior attackman Eric…

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Students in two of Assistant Professor of German Area Studies and Media and Society Ashwin Manthripragada’s classes explored the worlds of local Indigenous and refugee cultures recently with a field…

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Double major in media and society and English Gianna Gonzalez ’20 has accepted a position with the Bozzuto Group as a sales and marketing associate in Boston, Mass. In her…

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A case of 200 ponchos was donated by the Philadelphia Phillies to the staff at Holy Redeemer Hospital in Meadowbrook, Pa., with the help of Brian Mahoney ’91. Director of…

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To continue the tradition of bringing people together and sharing community, Pasta Night with Chaplain Nita Byrd was held online for the first time last week. The event, held via…

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When Alexandra Connell Herold ’10 thinks back on her time at HWS, she fondly recalls a community that ultimately led to her business helping people. Featured in more than 60…

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Kevin Cervantes ’21 and Camille McGriff ’22 have both been offered internships at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy. The modern art museum is one of the most important…

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As the COVID-19 pandemic rattles investors and the market, Jeffrey Gerson ’85, P’16, a financial advisor and Managing Director of GGM Wealth Management Group at Morgan Stanley, shares the insights…

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Susan Scott ’67, CEO and founder of global leadership development and training company Fierce, Inc., has spent the past 19 years teaching people around the world how to use “fierce…

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William Smith first-year Marcela Marquez Martinez was named the Liberty League Women’s Squash Player of the Year as announced by the conference office. Marquez Martinez was also named the league’s Rookie of…

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It takes a village — or in this case, it takes connections between faculty, staff and the community. That’s how Hobart and William Smith ended up donating 150 boxes of…

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The Office of Sustainability has focused their efforts on both reducing energy consumption on campus and monitoring the productivity of the Hobart and William Smith solar farms, which provide clean…

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Accompanied by Professor of Dance Donna Davenport and Assistant Professor of Dance Kelly Johnson, a dozen students participated in the Northeast Regional American College Dance Association annual conference at SUNY-Potsdam…

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Black Monarchy, the Buffalo, N.Y.-based fashion and jewelry boutique owned and operated by Phylicia Dove ’09, is offering support during the coronavirus pandemic through the sale of Monarch Face Masks.…

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Daphna Bendull '21 discusses her semester of research conducted in Germany at the biannual Blocker Fellowship showcase.

At the spring Blocker Showcase, eight recipients of the fellowship – which enables students to study abroad in Germany while researching a cultural studies project of their interest – presented…

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Joining more than 120 colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada, seven HWS students attended the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation annual conference earlier this semester in Boston.…

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Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Bishop Michael B. Curry ’75, has turned to technology to connect with the Episcopal congregation,…

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Richard Solomon ’75, P’10, clinical director and president of Delta Consultants and Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Clinical Supervisor at the University of Rhode Island, offers strategies for maintaining mental…

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In response to the disruption caused by the emergence of COVID-19, the Colleges have established a fund to support students facing unforeseen financial hardships. The HWS Student Emergency Fund will…

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At the American Meteorological Society’s annual conference, Ian Beckley ’20 received an award for the presentation of his research investigating the interaction of short-wave troughs and lake-effect snow events off…

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Jeff Sands ’89 knows what it’s like to lose everything. When Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast in 2005, he lost his home, neighborhood and business, and was forced to…

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On Sunday, March 22, “60 Minutes” featured a new segment by Emmy Award-winning correspondent and HWS Trustee Bill Whitaker ’73, L.H.D. ’97, examining the aggressive approach researchers are taking to…

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