Two students in the Master of Arts in Higher Education Leadership program have graduate assistantships in the Adams Intercultural Center.Read More
Solar activity has been observed and studied dating back to prehistoric and ancient civilizations in the neolithic and bronze ages.Read More
As part of the annual Constitution Day lecture, Joel Michael Reynolds will argue that disability justice demands an amendment to the U.S. Constitution ensuring access — for “without access, the ideals of justice and liberty will always fall short.”Read More
This fall, New York Times opinion writer Frank Bruni and Lee Carter, communications strategist and Fox and MSNBC contributor, will join 60 Minutes correspondent and HWS Trustee Bill Whitaker ’73, L.H.D. ’97 for a conversation on campus.Read More
On the BBC’s “More or Less,” Associate Professor of Psychological Science Daniel Graham discusses how much of the brain humans actually use. (Hint: it’s more than 10 percent).Read More
The Alumni Association of Hobart College honored Trustee Bill Whitaker ’73, L.H.D. ’97 with the Distinguished Service Award for Lifetime Service.Read More
For the seventh year in a row, Hobart and William Smith Colleges are among the top five U.S. liberal arts institutions for service, according to Washington Monthly. The annual rankings also put the Colleges at 32nd overall for liberal arts schools.Read More
Published by The Diplomat on Sept. 9, Associate Professor of Asian Studies Jinghao Zhou discusses China’s economy and Xi Jinping’s presidency.
Seamus Galvin ’23, cofounder of CycleService, recently held a bike giveaway for children in Buffalo, N.Y. as part of his nonprofit’s mission to promote mental wellness and foster independence.
Joseph Reagan '84 received the 38th annual College-Community Appreciation Award from SUNY Cortland. Reagan, the owner of Royal Motor Co. in Cortland and a co-founder of the Cortland Regional Sports Council, was honored for his generosity and support for the local community.
Milton Public School Preschool Teacher Nicole Davis ’00 has been honored with the Milton Foundation for Education Teacher of the Year Award.
Hobart grad Chris Carlin ’95, who was a sportscaster for WEOS-FM as a student, joins ESPN’s lineup.
Frank ’23 Enters Environmental Studies Grad Program
With aspirations for a career in habitat management, Benjamin Frank ’23 is working in the Environmental Studies Graduate Program at the University of Akron.
A New Generation of Civic Leaders
Samuel Barnard ’23 and Hugh Bator ’23 join a growing list of HWS alums in the City Year program.
Two Alums at S&P Global Named "Rising Stars" in Finance
Amira Abdulkadir ’14 and Caroline Demeter ’15 were selected by the Women’s Bond Club as 2023 Rising Stars in finance.
A Special Tradition for William Smith College
The Daisy Weeks Buchholz Class of 1912 Ring Award gives an exemplary William Smith student the class ring of an alumna of William Smith College.
Tissaaratchy ’26 Shares Sri Lankan Unheard Voices
NGO internship focused on rewriting the narrative of Black July, a period of rioting and massacres in 1983 that triggered Sri Lanka’s civil war.
Students Catalogue Public Art at HWS
Two students explored the history of the Colleges’ public art this summer.
Brown ’24 Goes “All In” for Campus Democracy
For her dedication to increase voter engagement and turnout, Samari Brown ’24 has been named to the All In Campus Democracy Challenge Honor Roll.
Recent Grads, Students Join National Service Programs
Students and young alums are building community and opportunity.