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Chirco '17 Interns at Department of Justice

During her internship this summer at the Consumer Protection Branch of the U.S. Department of Justice, Elizabeth "Biz" Chirco '17 is seeing firsthand how the federal government works to protect consumers' health, safety and financial wellbeing. In Washington, D.C., Chirco is learning investigative techniques and trial building tools that will help her to determine whether "to be in a private prac...  More >>

Rimmerman Discusses LGBT Gun Ownership with NBC

In an article on NBCNews.com, Professor of Public Policy Craig Rimmerman reflected on the recent massacre at a nightclub in Orlando, Fla., and a national LGBT gun club's uptick in membership in the wake of the shooting. In "LGBT Gun Rights Group Sees Membership Spike After Orlando Shooting," Rimmerman explains that even though LGBT rights is a historically liberal issue, and gun rights is positio...  More >>

Perrine '15 Commissioned in U.S. Marine Corps

This spring, Trent Perrine '15 was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps. "There's a particular pride in being a Marine," says Perrine. "The Marine Corps is distinct from other branches of the military because it puts an emphasis on its history and culture, the esprit de corps. We walk a little different, talk a little different -- you can always tell a Marine." While at HW...  More >>

A Start in Logistics

Three HWS students are headed to Chicago to join Coyote Logistics, one of the fastest growing logistics providers in America. Elliot Adler '16 and Jacob Stanley '16 landed seats as national sales managers and Cydney Conley '17 will work this summer as a sales intern. Adler and Stanley, members of the Hobart football team, heard about the openings from former Statesman James Rayhill '11, who serve...  More >>

Calder '16 to Pursue Global Affairs at Munk School

Furthering a passion for global politics that developed throughout her four years at HWS, Geneva Calder '16 will enter the prestigious Munk School of Global Affairs program at the University of Toronto in the fall. The two-year master's program allows students to pursue a degree in the fields of global economy and markets, global civil society, and global institutions. The program requires that s...  More >>

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