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Turkish Sufi Musician Performs, Presents

Turkish Sufi musician Latif Bolat will lecture and perform at Hobart and William Smith Colleges on Thursday, Oct. 16. Bolat, who will visit classes throughout the day, will talk about Islam and Turkish Sufi practices in relation to Turkish music. His talk will be followed by a multimedia presentation that includes both musical performance and recitation of poetry. The program is co-sponsored by ...  More >>

March Participants Present in Budapest

Rebecca Chinman '15 and Micaela Loconte '16 have received grant funding to participate in a conference in Budapest, Hungary, "From Kamenetsk Podolsk to Auschwitz: the International Scientific Conference Commemorating the Hungarian Holocaust." Dr. Edward Franks '72 provided a generous gift to The Genocide and Human Rights Symposium Series at HWS to support programming, internships and conference t...  More >>

Introducing #HWSRefresh

Starting this week, the HWS social media accounts will begin to use a new hashtag, #HWSRefresh. The hashtag aims to spread messages of comfort, community, and motivation to the student body - spreading the message that no one is alone and that comfort can be found around every corner, whether in the Sunken Garden at Houghton House, by the fireplace in the Scandling Campus Center, or at one's plac...  More >>

Dobkowski on Survivor’s Book

Professor or Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski was recently quoted in an online article of Connections, the Nazareth College alumni magazine. Dobkowski, who is HWS' coordinator for The March: Bearing Witness to Hope, a nine-day Holocaust educational trip to Poland and Germany for students and faculty from Nazareth and HWS, was in the audience at Nazareth recently during a discussion with author...  More >>

Dr. Beyrer '81 Convocation Speaker

Hobart and William Smith Colleges welcomed internationally renowned expert on AIDS, Dr. Christopher C. Beyrer '81, as keynote speaker for Convocation 2014. Beyrer's life-saving work advancing public health and human rights has changed perceptions and behaviors, and improved the health of individuals, communities and countries around the world. Convocation was held on Monday, Sept. 1 on Stern Lawn...  More >>

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