During the past year, your gifts to the Colleges made a difference in countless ways. We hope you will enjoy the gallery of images that represent just a fraction of the collective impact of your gifts.
The year began with a campus gathering at the Scandling Patio to take in the solar eclipse.
NPR’s Laura Sydell ’83 was on the other side of the mic with The Herald’s Ted Nappo ’18 prior to her Convocation address.
Chris Williams ’19 with Program Director and Associate Professor Christine de Denus P’22 promoted the HWS 1st Generation Initiative at the student Involvement Expo.
Fall teams prepared for the season ahead at McCooey and Boswell Fields.
Robotics CS336 taught by Professor John Vaughn P’08 brought out the competitive side of computer science students.
Blackwell Room remains one of the best places to study on campus.
Professor Ted Aub assisted students in his Advanced Sculpture Workshop at the Katherine D. Elliott ’66 Studio Arts Center.
Kendra Quinn-Moultrie ’18, All-Academic forward on Heron basketball team, in conversation with Chrysa Chin ’84, EVP with the National Basketball Players Association, during the celebration of William Smith Founder’s Day.
Koshare Dance Collective brought down the house at its 46th annual concert.
No better place to play in the snow than on the Hobart Quad.
Emmy Award winning Executive Producer Brad Falchuk '93, L.H.D.'14 consults with Jonathan Atwater ’19 at the L.A. “Behind the Scenes” program sponsored by the Salisbury Center.
HWS ORAP (Outdoor Recreation Adventure Program) traveled to the Adirondacks for ice climbing.
Professor Nick Metz and students inside the Doppler-on-Wheels mobile weather station that visited campus.
Associate Professor Nicola Minott-Ahl and students discussed Vonnegut’s “Slaughterhouse Five” in their “From Novel to Film” class.
Professor Tom Drennen and Margiloff Family Entrepreneurial Fellow Ed Bizari mentor HWS students at the Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship in downtown Geneva.
Elena Parkins ’18 conducted a recital in Froelich Hall as a part of her yearlong Honors project in choral conducting.
Elise Wyatt ’18 celebrated with friends as she received her acceptance for graduate study in psychology at the University of Surrey in England.
At Charter Day, Professor Eugen Baer P’95, P’97 received the Hobart Medal of Excellence.
Eva Gurian ’19 visited Ayers Rock in Australia via four-legged transportation.
Professor Jack Harris P’02, P’06 greets Yujun Jiang ’18 with a smile and a hug at Commencement.
Amelia Smith ’21 and Rylee Wernoch ’21 examined water samples at the Finger Lakes Institute in preparation for their summer research projects.
Jenny Quirindongo ’08, MAT’09 and Rafe Mattingly ‘08 reported their class gift totals made to the Colleges since their last Reunion.
Bart makes a new friend at Reunion -- perhaps a future member of the Class of 2036?