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MEDIA & SOCIETY NEWS

WEOS, WHWS in Scandling Campus Center

Hobart and William Smith Colleges' radio station, home of WEOS-FM and WHWS-FM, has officially moved to the Scandling Campus Center. Originally located in a house on Hamilton Street, the station is now situated next to the Post Office. "I'm ecstatic about this move to a more centralized location - not just because it's brand new with top-notch equipment, but even more so because more students wil...  More >>

Winant '15 Interning for MSNBC

Sara Winant '15 is interning this summer for MSNBC's "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski. Mika and her team have recently launched a new brand- Know Your Value. Her second book, "Knowing Your Value: Women, Money, and Getting What You're Worth," encourages women to recognize the value they bring to a company and provides them with strategies and advice to effectively communicate their worth, and...  More >>

Baptiste '14 at HubSpot

Soon after graduating from the Colleges, Jean Baptiste '14 landed a position with HubSpot, an inbound marketing software platform that helps companies attract visitors, convert leads, and close customers. As a support engineer, Baptiste's duties include providing high-quality technical support for the HubSpot Software Program and customers, programming, and web development. "My experiences workin...  More >>

Collins '15 Lands Internship in Hollywood

One of the goals of the Colleges' Los Angeles: Behind the Scenes program is to provide students with an entryway into the media industry by giving them the opportunity to network with alums in the field. For Jillian Collins '15, however, just networking wasn't enough. She returned from the trip with invaluable connections to top companies, firsthand insight into the industry, and most importantly...  More >>

One Bead Receives Key Donation

One Bead, a nonprofit organization Sara Wroblewski '13 created to raise money for a school in Kenya, has received a $40,000 contribution from a private donor, enabling her to work for the organization full-time for the next year. While Wroblewski is the chief executive officer of One Bead, she has not drawn a salary from the organization and has been working in the development office of Massachus...  More >>

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