Escobar ’24 Wins Hartwick College’s Annual Anna Sonder Poetry Prize for the Third Time
Otto Sonder, late professor emeritus of sociology, endowed a prize in 1978 for the best poem written by a student at Hartwick College, to be awarded annually by the College under the auspices of the Academy of American Poets in New York City.
Exchange Student Heads Home With Fond Memories of Hartwick
Miyu Osawa, an exchange student from Gakushuin University in Tokyo, Japan, spent her junior year at Hartwick.
Students Help Make Sociology Symposium a Success
Students staffed and presented their research during The (up)Roaring 2020s: Sociology’s Responsibility in Addressing Social Problems conference.
“Bridging The Gap” Project Helps First-Generation Student Feel At Home at Hartwick
Working with Heidi Tanner, director of wellness and health promotion, inspired Jadon Demeritte ’25 not just to become a Peer Health educator, but to reach out and help other first-generation students.
Johnson ’23 Featured in Teen Vogue for Political Leadership and Activism
Alice Johnson ’23 became the co-founder of the group Students Against Santos, which launched last November just after the mid-term elections.
Baker-Simpson’s Caceres ’24 Is Taking Advantage of Opportunities
Samantha Caceres ’24 knows, sometimes finding an internship is all about that personal connection.
Alumni Mentors: More Success Stories
Meet Myla Dobson ’22, a political science major, working as a project manager for Lumino Digital Consulting in Denver. Myla is another great example of the power of the Hartwick alumni network.
Escobar ’24 Earns Top Poetry Prize, Will Present at National Convention
Sofia Escobar ’24 recently became the first Hartwick student to win the Eleanor B. North Poetry Award from International English Honor Society Sigma Tau Delta.
Game. Set. Match.
Jade Killikelly ’24, public health major with a chemistry minor with a pre-med specialization has a lot on her mind.
Students Take Advantage of Politically Focused Activities
Following a successful voter registration drive that saw 146 students register to vote in Oneonta, the Office of Civic Engagement sponsored vans that drove students – and one Guiding Eyes for the Blind dog – to the polls.