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ASIAN STUDIES NEWS

Herons, Statesmen Working for the Community

The Hobart and William Smith Colleges Athletic Departments have been hard at work on the court, in and on the water, on the field and in the classroom, but at the same time both the Herons and the Statesmen as well as staff and coaches have been involved in numerous community service projects. Hobart and William Smith student-athletes supported the Colleges' Holiday Gift Project and Thanksgi...
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Farris '05 Featured in USA Today

Since early October, four members of the U.S. Navy, including Christina Farris '05, have been stationed in Monrovia, Liberia, working in a laboratory analyzing Ebola-infected blood. With other members of the military, Farris works to identify patients who are Ebola-free in order to separate them from those who are infected, and also to clear those who are recovering. The lab is one of seven in L...
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Brison Joins HWS Dialogue at President’s Forum

Sharing her scholarly perspective and personal reflections from an extensive career as a national expert on sexual violence, Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Dartmouth College Dr. Susan Brison joined the President's Forum Series at Hobart and William Smith Colleges as guest speaker and campus guest this week. Held on Tuesday, Dec. 9, Brison's talk, "Ending Rape Culture: A Survi...
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Preparing for Maymester, Summer Session

In preparation of the Colleges' 2015 Maymester and Summer Session, Provost and Dean of Faculty Titilayo Ufomata, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Associate Provost Christine de Denus and Associate Professor of Political Science and Associate Dean of Faculty DeWayne Lucas recently attended the North American Association for Summer Schools (NAASS) National Conference in Chattanooga, Tenn. The n...
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Kwanzaa Celebration 2014

Following annual tradition, Sankofa hosted a Kwanzaa celebration on Friday, Dec. 5, in the Vandervort Room of the Scandling Campus Center. The event included a sit-down dinner and featured student performers such as the Colleges' step team Hip Notiqs, HWS Director of Academic Opportunity Programs James Burruto's band, and the celebrity poet Black Ice. The Kwanzaa event also included an activity t...
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