Sophomore Check-In: Adjusting to College In Person

By Katelyn Oswalt Staff Writer The Classes of 2024 entered college in perhaps the most unique, distanced, and nerve-wracking semester in HWS history. While COVID is still present, the Classes of 2024 have been able to experience some normalcy this semester.  The Classes of 2024 had the typical unpredictability of the first year of college, plus the added stress of COVID. Kennedy Jones ‘24 described her experience having a single dorm room by saying, “The pandemic already … Continue reading Sophomore Check-In: Adjusting to College In Person

Professor Drennen Launches Master of Science in Management Program

By Liz Crimmins Staff Writer Professor Tom Drennen, professor of economics and environmental studies, follows his passions around campus whether it be sustainability, economics, or finding practical solutions for students of the future. Drennen is the chair of the entrepreneurial studies program and launched the new Master of Science in Management program. The following is a selection from the Herald’s recent conversation with him regarding his professional interests and hopes for the new program.   The Herald (TH): What course do you consider to be … Continue reading Professor Drennen Launches Master of Science in Management Program

Haughnted Houghton

By Julian Gurman ’22 Herald Contributor Johnny and Evan were sneaking along the broken-down brick wall, keeping their heads low. As they neared a broken spot on top of the wall, Johnny peaked out over and saw that they were getting close. Starting to loom in the distant darkness was Houghton House, the streetlights illuminating only a small portion of the ominous house. The entire north side was shrouded in darkness and the small … Continue reading Haughnted Houghton