Professor of Education Charlie Temple discusses group projects with students in his "Storytelling and the Oral Tradition" course.
Abigail Frederick '20 works on a watercolor painting for "Watercolor Sketching" with Associate Professor of Art and Architecture Kirin Makker.
Students walk to class on Tuesday morning.
Teianna Chenkovich '18 and Samantha Ruthazer '18 work on their Honors projects, respectively titled “Constructing Play in Performance” and “Untold Stories of College Students with an Incarcerated Family Member," in the L. Thomas Melly '52 Lobby of the Gearan Center for the Performing Arts.
Adrian Condell '20 studies in the L. Thomas Melly '52 Lobby of the Gearan Center for the Performing Arts.
Thomas Perry 19, double major in computer science and theatre, works on an assignment for his class "Data Structures and Algorithms" with Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science David Eck.
Tucker Leicht '20 finds a quiet spot to study in the Blackwell Room.
Grace Ruble '18 and Isabel Ingram '19 tussle on stage during a dress rehearsal for the spring performance of "5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche," which runs Friday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Casey Cady ’18, Jacqueline Fisher ’18, Isabel Ingram ’19, Kathleen Fowkes ’18 and Grace Ruble ’18 compete to win the annual quiche baking contest during the spring performance of "5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche."
Directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Chris Woodworth and written by Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood, "5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche" recreates the 1950's world of impending nuclear doom and polite society.
A sunny afternoon in front of the Scandling Campus Center.
Phillip Kitcher, John Dewey Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University, discusses the intersection of philosophy and environmentalism during his talk “Why Is Climate Action So Hard?" in the Geneva Room of the Warren Hunting Smith Library.
Aaron Tillman '95, author of "Every Single Bone in my Brain" and "Magical American Jew: the Enigma of Difference in Contemporary Jewish American Short Fiction and Film," leads a discussion on "How I Got to be a Writer" in the Blackwell Room.
Adam Kansler ’90 and Jennifer Crupnick Weisbard ’10 of IHS Markit speak to students interested in a career in financial technology during an information session in the Sanford Room. Kansler, the firm’s executive vice president of financial markets, and Weisbard, the director of account management, also met individually with students on Wednesday.
Trustee Stephen Cohen ’67 meets with Zahra Arabzada '19 and Taylor Gorycki '18, recipients of the Cohen Fellowship. Cohen established the fellowship for HWS students to ensure extraordinary opportunities for growth and development around leadership skills. The Colleges’ Centennial Center facilitates the award.
Zahra Arabzada '19, Trustee Stephen Cohen ’67, Taylor Gorycki '18 and Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment & Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning Susan Pliner discuss Arabzada and Gorycki’s leadership projects. The projects are funded through the Cohen Fellowship.
During a tour of campus, prospective student Bryan Aguilar and his family visit the Office of Intercultural Affairs.
Students create winter weather care packages with Kim Wilson Vincent (right) for the HWS Food Pantry as part of a "Mardi Gras" event at the President's House.
Jamal Lucas '19, Craig Phillip '18, Phoebe Pohl ’18 and Arsalan Haider '18 gather for a photo during the "Mardi Gras" event at the President's House.
New Orientation Coordinators Tanner Arnold '19 and Miranda Smith '18, MAT '19 pose for a photo on the second floor of Scandling Campus Center.
During a toast presented by Al Smith '19, members of Hobart Athletics processed in to the Vandervort Room, on behalf of Statesmen across the country, to celebrate the leadership of Michael J. Hanna ’68, P’99, HON’04, who received the Hobart Medal of Excellence.
HWS Trustee Thomas B. Poole '61, P'91, L.H.D. '06 introduces Michael J. Hanna '68, P'99, HON'04 during the Hobart Medal of Excellence ceremony.
President of the Hobart Alumni Executive Committee Frank Aloise '87 and Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations Jared Weeden '91 award Michael J. Hanna '68, P'99, HON'04 with the Hobart Medal of Excellence.
President Gregory J. Vincent '83 reflects on Michael J. Hanna '68, P'99, HON'04's steadfast leadership and dedication to his alma mater in the Vandervort Room.
Chair of the Board of Trustees Thomas S. Bozzuto '68 congratulates his classmate Michael J. Hanna '68, P'99, HON'04 for his lifetime of service to Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
Trustee Thomas B. Poole '61, P'91, L.H.D. '06, Al Smith '19, President Gregory J. Vincent '83, Michael J. Hanna '68, P'99, HON'04, President of the Hobart Alumni Executive Committee Frank Aloise '87, Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations Jared Weeden '91 and Chair of the Board of Trustees Thomas S. Bozzuto '68 gather on stage.
William Smith sophomores and juniors gather after being inducted into the Laurel Society at the Celebrating Excellence dinner on Thursday evening.
William Smith Dean Lisa Kaenzig HON’10 welcomes Canieshia Phillips '19 into the Laurel Society.
Director of Student Activities Kristen Tobey presents Jules Picuri '19 with the Student Activities Rock Star Award at the William Smith Celebrating Excellence dinner on Thursday.
President Gregory J. Vincent '83 delivers an address on the impact of William Smith in his life and career at the Celebrating Excellence dinner on Thursday evening.
Italian Fulbright Teaching Fellow Alessandra Bottacin, Josh Martin ’18 and French Fulbright Teaching Fellow Meghann Fedon pose for a photo during the Mardi Gras celebration in the Bartlett Theatre.
In the Bartlett Theatre, students craft masks for Mardi Gras.
Rikke Kolbech Gudiksen and Peter Shapiro, from the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, speak with Director of Intercultural Affairs Alejandra Molina and Director of Higher Education Opportunity Programs James Burruto about opportunities for students.
Ryan Skinner ’19, Brian Schaumloffel ‘20, Mikaela Zallen ’20, John Camara ’19 and Jesse Maltese ’20 pose for a group photo in the Fisher Center after hosting the event “Up to Us” to inform students about the effect of the national debt.
Josiah Bramble ‘19 performs during the “Last Comic Standing” event with comedian Maggie May in the Bartlett Theatre.
Comedian Maggie May and Arsalan Haider ’18 pose for a photo on stage in the Bartlett Theatre.
Father Thomas P. Mull leads a Catholic Ash Wednesday service in St. John's Chapel on Thursday.
Meeting in the Office of Intercultural Affairs, Director of Ontario/Yates Counties Center for Dispute Settlement Kim Reisch, Director of the Geneva NAACP Lucile Mallard, member of Geneva's Martin Luther King Jr. Committee Teresa Johnson and Director of Intercultural Affairs Alejandra Molina plan the upcoming youth and police community forum as part of the Community Compact meeting.
President Gregory J. Vincent ’83 delivers the keynote address at African American Affinity Group's celebratory Black History luncheon in Newark, New Jersey.
Director of Annual Giving Ruth Benedict, Professor of Art and Architecture Lara Blanchard, Associate Professor of Classics Leah Himmelhoch, Alexander Cottrell '20, Gemyra Greggs '18 and Gabriella Guevara '21 gather after competing in the Literacy Volunteers of Ontario-Yates Spelling Bee. Benedict, Blanchard and Himmelhoch’s team placed first and the students won third place in the competition. The teams raised more than $800 for the agency.
Nicholas McKenny '20, Chloe Louthan-Green ‘21, Jemma Roche '19, Molly Gorelick '19 and Ammenab-Taner Bennerson ‘18 gather for a photo after volunteering at Neighbors' Night at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Nicholas McKenny '20 shows off his best "cat's cradle" to local students at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. The weekly program welcomes children in grades K-8 for an evening of games and arts and crafts.
Molly Gorelick '19 makes a few new friends during Neighbors' Night on Wednesday.
Members of the Hobart football team talk to Director of Community Engagement and Service Learning Katie Flowers (right) at the First United Methodist Church before preparing food for the Community Lunch Program.
Offensive Line Coach Mike Green ’14, Ryan Hofmann '20, Sean Moore '19 and President Gregory J. Vincent '83 volunteer at the Community Lunch Program.
Elizabeth Dunne ’19 enjoys the view at Plage de Rabat in Medina, Morocco, where she is studying abroad.
Molly Neureuter '18 and Hilda Agyekum '18 chat with William Smith Executive Council Historian Kate Strouse Canada '98 in the Cellar Pub.
Members of the executive committees of the Hobart Alumni Council and William Smith Alumnae Council meet with students in the Cellar Pub.
William “Bill” Sherman ’85, P’21 and Laurence “Larry” Sherman ’92 — executive vice presidents of Nat Sherman Cigars — pose for a photo at the Nat Sherman Offices in New York City. The Shermans were recently awarded the National Human Relations Award from the Global Jewish Advocacy for their ongoing commitment to charitable causes and social diversity.
Conner "CoCo" Clemens '18 races downhill as part of the USCSA Nationals at Greek Peak Mountain Resort in Cortland, N.Y.
Daniel Macdonald ’19 races in the slalom event during USCSA Nationals at Greek Peak Mountain Resort.
Members of the HWS Alpine Ski Team gather for a photo during USCSA Nationals at Greek Peak Mountain Resort.
Head Physician of the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Dr. Allyson Shirtz Howe ‘94 poses for a photo with Emmy-award winning analyst for NBC sports Pierre McGuire ‘83 at the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.