Greetings from the Southeast! It's hard to get back to campus, especially during the winter months. And harder yet to stay connected from such a distance. We'd love to strengthen the connections to campus that those of us who live further away can enjoy, so that we can feel as linked as we want to be. As leadership volunteers, we are committed to establishing a stronger HWS presence in the Southeast by planning more events in the Southeast and recruiting more volunteers who are willing to engage others in the HWS experience. We look forward to meeting the alumnae and alumni who make their homes in the Southeast.
2015-2016 Southeast Donor Participation Goal 27%
(Alumnae, Alumni, & Parents)
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the Office of Intercultural Affairs will host a screening of the Academy Award-nominated documentary, "Trouble the Water," followed by a discussion with Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain, Assistant Director of Student Engagement at Goucher College Aisha Rivers '07 and Assistant Professor of Political Science Justin Rose.... More >>
According to Tampa Bay's official depth chart, Ali Marpet '15 is slated to start in the season opener at right guard, making him the only Division III rookie starting for any team in the 2015 season, and one of only a handful to do so in the history of the NFL. After a whirlwind path to the NFL, Marpet will begin the much-anticipated official start to his NFL career on Sunday, Sept. 13, when the ... More >>
Award-winning writer Tom Piazza, who was selected as the first resident of the Peter Trias Residency for Writers in 2011-12, will return to campus to read from his new novel, "A Free State," on Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hirshson Ballroom. Piazza is the author of the novels "City of Refuge" and "My Cold War," the post-Katrina manifesto "Why New Orleans Matters," the essay collection... More >>
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