The Seneca Scene is off this week, so instead we’re airing an episode from our first season, way back in October, that we think encapsulates our mission of finding great people and stories at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. For this episode we welcomed  Sarah Walters ’19, a major in Genocide, Human Rights, and Peace Action, for a discussion on taking action and how to remain committed and involved through both campus and global life. In our chat, we learn more about Sarah’s work with PLEN along with the Genocide and Human Rights Symposium and how they relate to the arc of work she has embarked on at HWS. You can also visit the HWS page for more information. This episode originally aired in October 2018.

Listen to the full episode below and be sure to subscribe to The Seneca Scene on iTunes!

The Seneca Scene is the podcast for the Herald and is recorded each week on the campus of Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

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