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How the Three Musketeers Built France

Minott-Ahl Nicola teaches English in Gulick HallAssociate Professor of English Nicola Minott-Ahl explored the cultural and societal impact of Alexandre Dumas’ most famous work, The Three Musketeers, in a lecture at Syracuse University on Sept. 27.…
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China’s Yellow River

David-Pietz-PosterProfessor of Modern Chinese History at the University of Arizona David Pietz will present “China’s Yellow River: Managing Scarcity on the North China Plain” in the Geneva Room of the…
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Newton ’16 to Serve in Peace Corps in the Caribbean

John Newton Mr. Flores ClassIn his latest commitment to public service, John Newton ’16 will help primary school teachers develop a new curriculum to tackle English literacy as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the…
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Students Explore Ancient Greece

Greece Study Abroad 1A group of HWS students recently returned from a three-week study abroad program across Greece, exploring the connections between ancient cities, sanctuaries and life. Led by Associate Professor of Classics…
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Griffiths ’68 Publishes Guerrilla Priest

Steve Griffiths - parentsPaying tribute to the untold stories of his family’s courageous efforts during World War II, Stephen Griffiths ’68 recently published his second work titled Guerrilla Priest: An American Family in…
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