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Celebrating the Season of Gratitude

The Hobart and William Smith community will celebrate Thanksgiving early this year with The Grateful Plate, a new event exploring how different cultures express gratitude. Featuring a panel of student speakers, as well as a special lunch for faculty and students, the event will take place on Sunday, Nov. 23 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Rees Hall's first floor dining room. Panelists are Jericsson Pic...
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TurboVote Names HWS 'Top Campus'

Hobart and William Smith Colleges have been named the "Top Campus of all Time" by TurboVote, based on the percentage of enrolled students who have signed up to vote over the past two years - 51.8 percent. In this category, HWS beat out Juniata College, Harvard University, Vassar College and the University of Chicago, among others. In 2012, HWS Votes began working with TurboVote, a project of the...
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Corson '16 Works with City, Town

Simon Corson '16 is collaborating with the City and the Town of Geneva on a project the two municipalities have embarked on to evaluate shared services and find ways to drive down costs and improve efficiency. The project serves as a community-based research project for Corson, who will present his findings at a joint meeting between the City and the Town of Geneva on Wednesday, Nov. 19 in Albrig...
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Irish Immersion in Galway

This fall, eight HWS students are taking part in the semester abroad program in Galway, a joint initiative of HWS and Union College. The Galway semester offers the opportunity to study with Irish students at the National University of Ireland, Galway, and to live alongside Irish families and international students. HWS and Union students also have joined clubs and organizations to better experien...
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Launching Planet Smilez

From isolated, rural villages to underserved urban communities, there are children living in places all around the world who have limited or no access to dental care. But thanks to Kathryn Pawlak '13 and HWS Trustee Dr. Deborah Pilla '76, an effort is underway to change the status quo. Connecting her passion for dentistry and youth outreach, Pawlak teamed up with Pilla, a pediatric dentist and ow...
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