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The Seneca Scene

The Herald Newspaper, Geneva NY

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The Seneca Scene

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A Podcast from the Herald at Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Latest Episodes

William Smith Soccer with Charlotte Carrau ’21 and Eileen Rath ’20

The William Smith Soccer team led an excellent streak this semester setting the team on the right foot so to speak for another marvelous season! Listen to Charlotte Carrau ’21 and Eileen Rath ’20 discuss the team and the year ahead! Listen to the full episode below and be sure to subscribe toThe Seneca Sceneon iTunes and on Spotify to stay updated on all events …

--2019 OCT 24
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William Smith Soccer with Charlotte Carrau ’21 and Eileen Rath ’20

State of The Colleges with President Joyce P. Jacobsen

To start the 2019-2020 Academic Year,The Seneca Scenewelcomed President Joyce P. Jacobsen to introduce them and discuss Hobart and William Smith Colleges as we begin the academic year. It is the first episode in this years’ series on the State of the Colleges. In the next few weeks we will also speak with William Smith Dean Lisa Kaenzig and Interim Hobart Dean Khuram Hussain. Wren …

--2019 SEP 25
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State of The Colleges with President Joyce P. Jacobsen

Geoscience, Theatre, and More with David Kendrick

This week on theSeneca Scenewehave an in-depth conversation with David Kendrick an Associate Professor of Geoscience. Professor Kendrick passionately talks about how he fell in love with geoscience and their journey to become a part of the HWS Community. We also delve into his research with geology of the fingerlakes and how that impacts our world today. Professor Kendrick discusses his role in John Cariani’s …

--2019 SEP 19
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Geoscience, Theatre, and More with David Kendrick

Ecology, Politics, and More with Meghan Brown

This weekThe Seneca Scene welcomes Professor of Biology Meghan Brown. Professor Brown is an aquatic ecologist that has done research in the finger lakes and all around the world including Italy, Guatemala, Australia, and Siberia. We have an interesting discussion about their work with invasive species in the finger lakes, the relationship with politics and science in the world, and climate change. Professor Brown also …

--2019 SEP 12
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Ecology, Politics, and More with Meghan Brown

Money, Mindset, and Meaning with Craig Talmage

This weekThe Seneca Scenewelcomes Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies Craig Talmage. Professor Talmage has a PhD in Community Resources and Development from Arizona State University and has a strong background inentrepreneurship. We discuss many topics including his journey to HWS, key skills that every entrepreneur need in order to succeed, and how the entrepreneurial studies minor can help you develop a mindset that will benefit …

--2019 SEP 5
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Money, Mindset, and Meaning with Craig Talmage

Mummies, History, and More with Tricia McEldowney

This week on The Seneca Scene we have an interestingdiscussion with Tricia McEldowneywho is the Colleges’ Archivist and Special Collections Librarian. Trisha discusses how her love of history, combined with her passion for learning, lead to her joining the HWS Archives. We also hear the story of how HWS came to be the home of a mummy and how the Archives records the history of …

--2019 AUG 29
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Mummies, History, and More with Tricia McEldowney

Abbe Center, Hillel, and Community with Julianne Miller

This week onThe Seneca Scene we have an informative and passionate discussion with Julianne Miller, Director of the Abbe Center for Jewish Life and Hillel Advisor. Julianne discusses how she became a part of the HWS community and involved in Jewish Life on campus. She goes on to tell the amazing story of how Abbe Center has grown to be the place it is today. …

--2019 AUG 22
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Abbe Center, Hillel, and Community with Julianne Miller

Orientation with Sophie Ritter ’20 and Steven D’Alterio ’21

This week onThe Seneca Scene the Orientation Coordinators Sophie Ritter and Steven D’Alterio are giving insight into orientation including details on all the fun events planned, registration, and tips to be successful in college.Sophie is an English major with a double minor in child advocacy and public policy and is also pursuing a teaching certification in early childhood and special education. Steven is majoring in …

--2019 AUG 15
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Orientation with Sophie Ritter ’20 and Steven D’Alterio ’21

Reair-Year in Review with Alex Kerai ’19

The Seneca Scene is off this week and, in preparation for the upcoming school year, we are revisiting the second-annual “Year in Review” episode with our guest Alex Kerai ’19. Alex will be discussing topics including the presidential search, the coordinate system, diversity and inclusion, student activism, and graduation. A member of the class of 2019, Alex graduated with honors in English. He is a …

--2019 AUG 8
Comments
Reair-Year in Review with Alex Kerai ’19

Reair: Zahra Arabzada ’19 on Activism and Triumph from Geneva to Afghanistan

The Seneca Sceneis off for the next two week to prepare episodes for the fall. This week we are revisiting Zahra’s story which we first shared back in February. For this episode we welcomed Zahra Arabzada ’19 to tell her story of her life as a runner, starting in her home country of Afghanistan, and how her advocacy has impacted women in the United States …

--2019 AUG 1
Comments
Reair: Zahra Arabzada ’19 on Activism and Triumph from Geneva to Afghanistan

Latest Episodes

William Smith Soccer with Charlotte Carrau ’21 and Eileen Rath ’20

The William Smith Soccer team led an excellent streak this semester setting the team on the right foot so to speak for another marvelous season! Listen to Charlotte Carrau ’21 and Eileen Rath ’20 discuss the team and the year ahead! Listen to the full episode below and be sure to subscribe toThe Seneca Sceneon iTunes and on Spotify to stay updated on all events …

--2019 OCT 24
Comments
William Smith Soccer with Charlotte Carrau ’21 and Eileen Rath ’20

State of The Colleges with President Joyce P. Jacobsen

To start the 2019-2020 Academic Year,The Seneca Scenewelcomed President Joyce P. Jacobsen to introduce them and discuss Hobart and William Smith Colleges as we begin the academic year. It is the first episode in this years’ series on the State of the Colleges. In the next few weeks we will also speak with William Smith Dean Lisa Kaenzig and Interim Hobart Dean Khuram Hussain. Wren …

--2019 SEP 25
Comments
State of The Colleges with President Joyce P. Jacobsen

Geoscience, Theatre, and More with David Kendrick

This week on theSeneca Scenewehave an in-depth conversation with David Kendrick an Associate Professor of Geoscience. Professor Kendrick passionately talks about how he fell in love with geoscience and their journey to become a part of the HWS Community. We also delve into his research with geology of the fingerlakes and how that impacts our world today. Professor Kendrick discusses his role in John Cariani’s …

--2019 SEP 19
Comments
Geoscience, Theatre, and More with David Kendrick

Ecology, Politics, and More with Meghan Brown

This weekThe Seneca Scene welcomes Professor of Biology Meghan Brown. Professor Brown is an aquatic ecologist that has done research in the finger lakes and all around the world including Italy, Guatemala, Australia, and Siberia. We have an interesting discussion about their work with invasive species in the finger lakes, the relationship with politics and science in the world, and climate change. Professor Brown also …

--2019 SEP 12
Comments
Ecology, Politics, and More with Meghan Brown

Money, Mindset, and Meaning with Craig Talmage

This weekThe Seneca Scenewelcomes Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies Craig Talmage. Professor Talmage has a PhD in Community Resources and Development from Arizona State University and has a strong background inentrepreneurship. We discuss many topics including his journey to HWS, key skills that every entrepreneur need in order to succeed, and how the entrepreneurial studies minor can help you develop a mindset that will benefit …

--2019 SEP 5
Comments
Money, Mindset, and Meaning with Craig Talmage

Mummies, History, and More with Tricia McEldowney

This week on The Seneca Scene we have an interestingdiscussion with Tricia McEldowneywho is the Colleges’ Archivist and Special Collections Librarian. Trisha discusses how her love of history, combined with her passion for learning, lead to her joining the HWS Archives. We also hear the story of how HWS came to be the home of a mummy and how the Archives records the history of …

--2019 AUG 29
Comments
Mummies, History, and More with Tricia McEldowney

Abbe Center, Hillel, and Community with Julianne Miller

This week onThe Seneca Scene we have an informative and passionate discussion with Julianne Miller, Director of the Abbe Center for Jewish Life and Hillel Advisor. Julianne discusses how she became a part of the HWS community and involved in Jewish Life on campus. She goes on to tell the amazing story of how Abbe Center has grown to be the place it is today. …

--2019 AUG 22
Comments
Abbe Center, Hillel, and Community with Julianne Miller

Orientation with Sophie Ritter ’20 and Steven D’Alterio ’21

This week onThe Seneca Scene the Orientation Coordinators Sophie Ritter and Steven D’Alterio are giving insight into orientation including details on all the fun events planned, registration, and tips to be successful in college.Sophie is an English major with a double minor in child advocacy and public policy and is also pursuing a teaching certification in early childhood and special education. Steven is majoring in …

--2019 AUG 15
Comments
Orientation with Sophie Ritter ’20 and Steven D’Alterio ’21

Reair-Year in Review with Alex Kerai ’19

The Seneca Scene is off this week and, in preparation for the upcoming school year, we are revisiting the second-annual “Year in Review” episode with our guest Alex Kerai ’19. Alex will be discussing topics including the presidential search, the coordinate system, diversity and inclusion, student activism, and graduation. A member of the class of 2019, Alex graduated with honors in English. He is a …

--2019 AUG 8
Comments
Reair-Year in Review with Alex Kerai ’19

Reair: Zahra Arabzada ’19 on Activism and Triumph from Geneva to Afghanistan

The Seneca Sceneis off for the next two week to prepare episodes for the fall. This week we are revisiting Zahra’s story which we first shared back in February. For this episode we welcomed Zahra Arabzada ’19 to tell her story of her life as a runner, starting in her home country of Afghanistan, and how her advocacy has impacted women in the United States …

--2019 AUG 1
Comments
Reair: Zahra Arabzada ’19 on Activism and Triumph from Geneva to Afghanistan
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