A Boogie wit da Hoodie to perform at HWS in January

By Dan Bristol ’18
By Dan Bristol ’18
Student Activities announced on Instagram on Thursday that A Boogie wit da Hoodie will perform this year as the headliner for the Welcome Back Concert.

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DON’T THROW OUT YOUR JACK-O-LANTERNS!

By Noelle Nichols ’18

Composting your pumpkins just got a whole lot easier with the help of Organix Green Industries.

Instead of throwing your pumpkins away, Ontario County officials are urging residents to drop off their old pumpkins at designated vermicomposting collection stations to avoid a mass amount of pumpkins ending up in the Ontario County landfill.

IFC Considers First Year Bids

By Dan Bristol ‘18
Editor in Chief

As offices around Hobart and William Smith Colleges work to improve retention rates of first year students, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) has a suggestion of its own: allow Hobart students to join fraternities in the spring semester of their first year.

Hobart and William Smith Expands Downtown

By Aldo Giannattasio ‘19
In what has become a highly popular minor since its creation in 2015, the entrepreneur department has decided to expand its reach into downtown Geneva, N.Y.

Currently, in its infancy stage, Hobart and William Smith Colleges are starting the renovation of 22 Castle Street, which will be used by the Entrepreneur department.

Climate Youth Summit Debuts in the Finger Lakes Region

By Noelle Nichols ‘18

The first-ever Youth Climate Summit in the Finger Lakes region will be held at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and it’s all thanks to the initiative of a William Smith College student.The Finger Lakes Youth Climate Summit, FLYCS, is a one-day summit that seeks to educate, empower and engage students to be change agents in their local schools and communities.

HWS Theater Opens Season With Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”

“FAST PACED MODERN APPROACH, BUT STILL SHAKESPEARE”

By Julian Ruf
Staff Writer

The upcoming evenings at the HWS Theater  promise to be spectacular. Shakespeare’s classic and famous tragedy is coming to the college stage at HWS. Macbeth is the fearless and respected warrior who becomes a murderer rather than waiting to become the next in line to the throne, yet he has the reverence of his followers and the respect of the incumbent king.