Bicentennial event will highlight accomplishments and examine critical aspects of Bishop Hobart and his era.Read More
Associate Professor of Psychological Science Daniel Graham discusses his research on the human brain with Columbia University Press, which will publish his latest book An Internet in Your Head in paperback this fall.Read More
Sreyan Kanungo ’23 and Sarim Karim ’22 debated their way to the octo-finals at the World Universities Debating Championship, placing in the top 5 of U.S. teams and becoming the highest ranked liberal arts college.Read More
Anderton Establishes Symposia on World Affairs and Economic Policy
Two new speaker series invite international experts to campus, thanks to gifts from former Trustee James F. Anderton IV ’65.
Black Woman Be Whole: Alums on Prioritizing Self-Care and Mental Wellness
Ednesha Saulsbury ’00 and Kimberly Moore ’00, the cofounders of “Black Woman Be Whole,” led a self-care workshop on campus.
The Grassroots Initiative that Grew into America Reads
Grounded in a rich culture of student initiative at HWS, the founders of America Reads made a lasting impact at HWS.
Cohen ’81 Donates HWS Debate Case
Writing Her Story, Mughal '25 Reflects on First Year at HWS
In her first year at the Colleges, Sophia Mughal ’25 emerged as a promising writer. As she discovered her academic interests in political science and religious studies, and involved herself with cl…
Music is Key for Malcolm '24
This sophomore plays nine instruments, writes and records his own music.
Dwyer ’23 Earns Goldwater Scholarship
Alex Dwyer ’23 has been selected for the Goldwater Scholarship, the preeminent undergraduate award of its type in natural sciences, mathematics and engineering.
Pre-Law Prestige for Yonten ’23
Tenzin Yonten ’23 earned admission to two prestigious pre-law programs, which include scholarship funding, LSAT prep and a summer program at Harvard Law School.
ServiceEquinozzi ’23 Named to “ALL IN” Honor Roll for Voter Registration
For her impassioned efforts to increase voter turnout, Kate Equinozzi ’23 has been named to the ALL IN: Campus Democracy Challenge Honor Roll.
Internships-&-OutcomesWorth ’22 Headed to Bloomberg
Kelsie Worth ’22 has accepted a position as a financial products analyst at Bloomberg.
Student-LifeFinding Community: Ramsay ’25 Reflects on First Year at HWS
From finding her academic path in the Economics and Asian Studies departments to using the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education to land a summer internship, Annabel Ramsay ’25 has capitalized on her first year at HWS.
Orientation 2022 will take place for all new students from Thursday, Aug. 18 through Sunday, Aug. 21. Parents and families will join us on Thursday to help move in their students to campus. Parents and families will depart campus around 6 p.m. on this day. Below you will find an overview for Thursday, Aug. 18.Details
First-Year Orientation Day of ServiceDetails
Campus residences open.Details
First day of classes for the Fall 2022 semester.Details
William Smith Field Hockey vs. Mansfield UniversityDetails
Dance Department Welcome PartyDetails