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Bryce ’09 Performs in “Sordid Lives”

DC Metro Theater Arts, an online theater review website, recently posted an article featuring an interview with Hobart alum Alex Bryce '09. The piece focused on his "powerful performance" as Ty Williamson in Dominion Stage's production of "Sordid Lives." Bryce, who is deaf, is working with a voice interpreter for the role. Bryce was previously involved with set production for Dominion Stage, but...
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The Alzheimer's + Aesthetics Connection

Assistant Professor of Psychology Daniel Graham spreads out eight images on the desk in front of him - sweeping vistas, secluded forests, a stone bridge - images of varying landscapes. These photographs, used in a recent study completed by Graham and his colleagues and published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Psychology, are key to a rather puzzling - and amazing - discovery: despite hav...
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The 'A' Fund

The HWS Architecture Department has recently nominated Nick Batson '11 as a recipient of The 'A' Fund scholarship. The 'A' Fund was established by Professor of English Grant Holly, his daughter-actress Lauren Holly-and their family, friends and colleagues in honor of Alexander Holly, son of Grant, brother of Lauren. Alexander tragically passed away as a young man, before he was able to realize ...
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Seniors Gain from "Borkman's" Bankruptcy

Among theatre-goers and theatre scholars, "John Gabriel Borkman" is seen as one of Henrik Ibsen's greatest commentaries on life, morality and the human experience. One that provides insights and perspective. Performed this spring by HWS student-actors, "Borkman" has given three senior performers - Thomas Frohlich, Hallie Martenson and Deana Stuart -- a unique new point of view as actors and gradu...
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Where Business Meets Humanity

Matteo Tunioli ’10 has had many exciting internships, including working for the NYS Stock Exchange, but it wasn’t until he landed his current internship at the United Nations, that he found the perfect balance between humanitarian work and business. “I'm beginning to realize that I prefer more tangible and hopefully morally rewarding work, even if it not in the field of business," says Tunioli. ...
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