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12 college life situations D students know oh so well (and how to fix them)

12 college life situations D students know oh so well (and how to fix them)
Until the orientation time, you portray your future college years through the lens of a college-related Netflix series: parties, rivalries, competition, and first encounters with the authorities. Some students manage to live their school years ... more
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Women’s Justice presentation at HWS postponed

Women’s Justice presentation at HWS postponed
A talk focusing on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Women’s Justice Agenda was scheduled for Wednesday at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. It has been postponed until April, HWS officials said Tuesday, and no specific makeup date ... more
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Gananda girl wins spelling bee duel

Gananda girl wins spelling bee duel
After 16 rounds at Saturday’s Scripps Regional Spelling Bee, only Jenna Giles of Gananda and Tyler Friel of Canandaigua remained standing. The two went word for word for 10 more rounds until Giles emerged victorious ... more
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What is the Difference between Thesis and Dissertation?

What is the Difference between Thesis and Dissertation?
If you’re undergoing a degree program at the university, there is a tendency that you have come across these terms. These can be confusing concepts for the average student. Nevertheless, you will meet along the ... more
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More than 900 attend musical event in Newark

More than 900 attend musical event in Newark
Newark Central School’s 3rd through 12th grade vocal musicians once again sang their hearts out March 19th to the audience in the packed Newark High School auditorium where, again this year, it was literally standing ... more
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Rep. Reed, Google at Marcus Whitman for program with middle school students

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On Thursday, Google and U.S. Representative Tom Reed (R - NY23) paid a visit to Marcus Whitman Middle School to deliver the company’s Computer Science First Roadshow, a computer science education presentation developed by Google, ... more
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HWS gets visit, presentation on death penalty

HWS gets visit, presentation on death penalty
Death row exonerees Shujaa Graham and Kirk Bloodsworth visited Hobart and William Smith Colleges last week on behalf of Witness to Innocence, an abolitionist death penalty organization for a multi-evening event. Associate Professor of Sociology ... more
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The skill that each student gets when writing an essay

The skill that each student gets when writing an essay
Essay writing is a very important skill that every college student needs to have. Writing skills are essential in order to do well on exams, assignments, thesis, and a lot more. An essay can help ... more
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Hundreds fill gymnasium in Newark for Cavalcade of Bands

Hundreds fill gymnasium in Newark for Cavalcade of Bands
More than 300 grades 4-12 Newark Central School District musicians filled the Newark High School gymnasium with music March 12th at the annual “Cavalcade of Bands” concert. More than 600 in the audience heard: - ... more
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HWS professor publishes book on MLK’s theory of political service

HWS professor publishes book on MLK’s theory of political service
Assistant Professor of Political Science Justin Rose at Hobart and William Smith Colleges is set to publish his first book: The Drum Major Instinct: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Theory of Political Service on Friday, March 15 ... more
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Newark students participate in fast-paced, two-day event

Newark students participate in ‘Young Americans’ performance
In a word, it was amazing. Ask about any of the 100 students from the Newark Central School District who participated in the high-energy, fast-paced two-day “Young Americans” performance workshop held here March 8th and ... more
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Discussing the ‘Attica Uprising’ at Hobart & William Smith Colleges

Discussing the ‘Attica Uprising’ at Hobart & William Smith Colleges
Pulitzer Prize winning-author Dr. Heather Ann Thompson arrived at Hobart and William Smith Colleges to give a lecture about the history of the Attica prison uprising and its long-lasting impacts at the Albright Auditorium on ... more
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Family Game Night at Newark school draws crowd of nearly 200

Family Game Night at Newark school draws crowd of nearly 200
Family Game Night at Kelley School March 7th was a big hit again this year with about 200 people attending. Planned by a group of Kelley School teachers, it featured lots of fun activities tailored ... more
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Student artists create joy at Quail Summit

Student artists create joy at Quail Summit
Tim Williams, art teacher at Honeoye Central School District, found an opportunity for his students to make a difference in the community and truly connect them in a meaningful way with older adults. For the ... more
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HWS interim president urges Seneca Meadows closure by 2025

Uphold Local Law 3 of 2016. Close Seneca Meadows by Dec. 31, 2025. And, stop any talk of a new host agreement that would extend the life of the landfill beyond that date. That’s what ... more
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Busy month in Newark as music department plans big events

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The Newark Central School Music Department has some big events planned for March. Cindy Briggs, Kelley School instrumental music teacher and K-12 Music Department Leader outlined the following events: - Performances of the Newark High ... more
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Students participate in 100 day build in Newark

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Lincoln School Kindergartners were “builders at three different job sites” February 27th during their celebration of the 100th day of classes this school year by building to the number 100. But before they could begin ... more
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Spelling Bee held at Newark Middle School

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A half dozen Newark Middle School students braved the evening snowstorm February 27th to participate in the hour-long Spelling Bee at Newark Middle School. “These students showcased courage and ability, positively representing our Middle School,” ... more
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Elementary students design caring cards for seniors, vets, and humane society in Wayne County

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Residents of the Wayne County Nursing Home and the Canandaigua Veterans Administration Medical Center and staff and volunteers at the Wayne County Humane Society’s Valentine’s Day was made brighter by hundreds of colorful, holiday-inspired caring ... more
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Wells College graduate returns to give sustainability lecture

Wells College graduate returns to give sustainability lecture
A Wells College alumna recognized the state's mission to protect the environment despite the Trump administration's cutting of regulations that protected land, air, water and health, rolling back many Obama-era policies. Rachel Partington is an ... more
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A REALLY SWEET TREAT: Group of students go extra mile to make Valentines Day special in Newark

A REALLY SWEET TREAT: Group of students go extra mile to make Valentines Day special in Newark
Some lucky staff and students at Newark High School and Newark Middle School received a really sweet treat today, and it wasn’t in the typical form of Valentines Day candy, cards or flowers. They were ... more
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