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Miller '15 Receives Princeton in Asia Acceptance

Dominque Miller '15 will go to Vietnam upon graduation to teach English through the Princeton in Asia Program. The program begins in mid-August and Miller will stay in Soc Trang, Vietnam, which is located in the Mekong Delta Region. Miller studied abroad in Vietnam in the fall of 2013 through a program offered by the Colleges' Center for Global Education, where she works as a program assistant. I...  More >>

Al Jazeera Interviews Philbrick Yadav

As a Saudi-led coalition intensifies its strikes in Yemen, where the Houthis -- the current group in charge of the country's capital -- are battling local opposition, Associate Professor of Political Science and Middle East scholar Stacey Philbrick Yadav recently shared her perspective on the situation with Al Jazeera. In the April 13 interview, Philbrick Yadav said that the coalition's attacks i...  More >>

Barlow '11 on Student Debt, Corporate Profits

Michael Barlow '11, an investment banker on J.P. Morgan's media and technology team, coauthored an opinion piece that appears this week in the Huffington Post, tackling two issues facing an increasingly divided U.S. government: student debt and untaxed corporate profits held offshore. Written with Michael Burns, vice chairman of Lionsgate Entertainment, "Putting Repatriated Funds to Work for Amer...  More >>

Studying Public Policy in Washington, D.C.

This semester, a dozen Hobart and William Smith students are developing a working knowledge of their disciplines by participating in the Washington, D.C. Public Policy Program. Through a rigorous course load with HWS faculty and political experts, and internship placements that provide contact and discussion with governmental decision-makers and policy specialists, students are immersed in the en...  More >>

Inside the News: A New Gov't In Yemen

This month marks the fourth anniversary of the Yemeni revolution -- part of the wider Arab Spring demonstrations and protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and elsewhere in the Middle East. Since then, two Yemeni presidents have resigned under pressure from protesters and political opposition, most recently in January 2015. The Houthis, the current group in charge of the country's capital, are current...  More >>

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Pi Sigma Alpha

Members of the Department and 2014 Initiates of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national Political Science Honor Society. HWS has had the Chi Phi chapter since 1999 and initiated over 100 members.

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