The Housing Coalition and Questions about Housing Answered

By Caleb Austin ’22 and Jack Hanson ’25 Staff Writers As students returned to campus for their Spring 2022 semester, they were greeted with pressures to find their next housing arrangements and substantial changes to the future of student housing on campus. Long ago the administration canceled the ability to live off-campus senior year and has instead sponsored campus-owned houses or the Odell’s neighborhood as … Continue reading The Housing Coalition and Questions about Housing Answered

Giving “Write” Now: The Power of Mentorship within the Writing Colleagues Program

By Katelyn Oswalt ’24 Staff Writer Inspired by the Athletic Day of Donors, the Writing Colleagues Program is beginning a fundraising campaign entitled “Give Write Now!”, which will help to continue to fund equity planning, as well as other day to day functions of the program. The fundraiser is functioning as part of a pilot for an eventual, wider Academic Day of Donors.   When asked … Continue reading Giving “Write” Now: The Power of Mentorship within the Writing Colleagues Program

Hobart Hockey Loses in Quarterfinals of NCAA Tournament

By Emma Lucas ’23 Staff Writer On Saturday March 12, the Hobart ice hockey team took to the ice for the first round of NCAA against the Elmira Soaring Eagles. The following Saturday, March 19, the Hobart Statesmen traveled to Adrian, MI for quarter final play, falling short against the Adrian College Bulldogs.   The Geneva Ice Rink was packed full of students and parents watching … Continue reading Hobart Hockey Loses in Quarterfinals of NCAA Tournament

The Value of College: A Look at Economic Diversity

By Jaheim Pierre ’25 and Paulina Tejada ’25 Staff Writers Access to education in the United States has been unequal for centuries and has affected all facets of the social, economic, and cultural life of America. The first African American to attend college was reported to be Alexander Lucius Twilight who graduated from Amherst College in 1823, and the first woman, Catherine Brewer, obtained her … Continue reading The Value of College: A Look at Economic Diversity

HWS on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

By Caleb Austin ’22 Staff Writer On Thursday, February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine. Russian forces bombed cities across the country and immediately advanced on metropolitan centers throughout the north and east. The invasion and denunciation of Ukrainian sovereignty shook the world and, in response to Ukrainian diplomatic efforts, many nations around the globe rallied together to oppose Russian imperialism and support the defense of … Continue reading HWS on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Op-Ed: The Scissors

By Abby Leyson ’22 Staff Writer The Martini has come back to our campus just in time to enjoy the light of spring blooming in Geneva, NY. Their most recent issue was published on March 28. The Martini is back to its usual hard-hitting attitude, especially with some of their latest issue topics. Poetry and prose express sex, love, heartbreak, disappointment, and the most disappointing … Continue reading Op-Ed: The Scissors

Hannah Dickinson, Professor and Activist

Katelyn Oswalt ’24 Staff Writer Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Hannah Dickinson has been involved with numerous social movements in the Geneva area, specifically surrounding the Sixth Ward of the Geneva City Council.  The Sixth Ward of the City of Geneva is located on the Northeast of the city, bordering Seneca Lake. It is described by Dickinson to be “one of the most diverse, … Continue reading Hannah Dickinson, Professor and Activist