For three Hobart seniors, a community-based research course became a very personal learning experience. Rashaun Moore '13, Thomas Michaud '13 and Nick Alexander '13 interviewed 99-year-old Geneva resident John Kenney for their social justice studies course. The interview was part of a class project to discuss race relations in Geneva, "One Great City Storytelling Project: Stories About Race."
This summer, three students will pursue their ambitious academic passions across the globe with the assistance of the Charles H. Salisbury Summer International Internship Stipend Award. Founded in 2007, the annual award provides financial support to students pursing internships abroad.
Annie Mandart '14, a writing and rhetoric and women's studies double major, will use her stipend to travel to Be...
Poet Piotr Sommer will join the Colleges for the first time on Wednesday, May 1, for a reading as part of the Trias Series. The talk and poetry session will begin at 5 p.m. in the Blackwell Room. Sommer will return to campus this fall when he will serve as the 2013-2014 Trias Writer-in-Residence.
Sommer will participate in a one-year residency on campus to work with the Colleges' best student wri...