Hai Timiai

Hai Timiai is the William Smith Senior Honor Society. The society was founded in 1953, and its name is the Greek for “Honored Women.” They are a small group chosen by their members and the Deans to represent the many outstanding young women studying at William Smith. Entering the society is not a prize for winning a contest. It is not an end, but a beginning. Hai Timiai members are deserving of this honor due to their past commitment to the welfare of William Smith College and the larger community, through tradition and innovation. Membership signifies ongoing individual and group contributions.

2016-17 Members:

Lauren Carr
Chalwyn Caulker
Cinderella (Cindy) Famutimi
Sydney Gomez
Mary Kubinski
Lesly Rivero
Taylor Rugg
Wenruo Wang

Not Pictured: Chalwyn Caulker

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Laurel Society

The Laurel Society is the sophomore and junior honor society for William Smith College. The members of the Laurel Society are a diverse group of young women, actively involved in their community and committed to academic excellence. Through their positive actions as role models and mentors, and their active participation and representation in all areas of Hobart and William Smith community, the Laurels demonstrate their commitment to William Smith College and to improving the lives of all William Smith Women.

2016-17 Members:

Emily Blanchard
Madeline Boles
Hannah Brooks
Olivia Cargian
Micaela Carney
Lauren Carr
Quinn Cullum
Lauryn Downing
Audrey English
Jasmine Gonzalez
Kimberly Gutierrez
Eleanor (Brooke) Hayes
Emma Herbst
Yujun (Raven) Jiang
Corinne Kenny
Sarah Kloos
Mary Kubinski
Jessica Lathrop
Jennifer Norris
Lesly Rivero
Samantha Shaffner
Briana (Breezy) Swete
Hannah Wood

Not Pictured: Lauryn Downing, Jasmine Gonzalez, Emma Herbst, Yujun (Raven) Jiang, Jennifer Norris, Lesly Rivero, Samantha Shaffner

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Members for both honor societies are selected based on their scholarship, leadership, character and service.

Typically, they are women who have made a strong commitment to William Smith College and have helped to create a sense of community among the women of the community.

For more information about the societies and/or the application process, please contact the William Smith Dean’s Office at (315) 781-3467 or at wsdeansmail@hws.edu



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