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Jane Summer K’76 Celebrates Launch of her New Book Erebus

On Thursday, March 19th Summer will launch her book, Erebus, from 6-8pm at 43 East 20th St. #3 NY, NY 10003.   More ...

50th Anniversary of Kirkland Charter Signing to be Commemorated

Hamilton will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Kirkland charter during Reunions 15. The New York State Board of Regents approved Kirkland’s charter in March 1965, 153 years after their approval of the original Hamilton College charter. The first class entered in 1968.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico ’71
Anechiarico ’71 Joins Museum Advisory Board

Frank Anechiarico ’71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, recently joined the advisory board of The Museum of Political Corruption in Albany, N.Y. Also on the board is former gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout.  More ...

Front: Merisa Dion, Sitong Chen, Holly Chen, Aleta Brown, and Sterling Xie. Back: Phoebe Greenwald, Jessica Tang,Jake Blount, Bennett Glace, Jessye McGarry, Connor O'Brien and Zoe Bodzas.
Hamilton at “Hamilton”

Fourteen Hamilton students in the New York City Program were among those fortunate to get tickets to the hottest show in New York on March 7. They went to see Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton,” a hip-hop musical about the rise and fall of Alexander Hamilton, the architect of our nation’s financial system, first Wall St. power broker, and of course, the College’s namesake. The show will complete its run at Public Theater on May 3 and then move to Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre in July.  More ...

Philip Murphy
Former U.S. Ambassador to Germany to Give Commencement Address

American businessman Philip Murphy, the former United States Ambassador to Germany, will deliver the Hamilton College Commencement address on Sunday, May 24, at 10:30 a.m., in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House.  More ...

Green (right) with friends at reunions
Kimberly O'Brien Green '89 joins Operation Fuel as Director of Development

Recently, Operation Fuel welcomed Kimberly O’Brien Green ’89 to their team. As Director of Development, she will oversee the organization’s fund-raising, development and marketing efforts.  More ...

At the studio of Hunt Slonem. Front: Sarah Rahman, Holly Chen, Merisa Dion, Sterling Xie. Back: Jessica Tang, Jake Blount, Aleta Brown, Chip Sinton, Connor Obrien, Tony Chen, and Dima Kiagorodov.
Program in New York Students Enjoy Visit With Artist Hunt Slonem

Hamilton Program in New York City students had the opportunity to visit the vibrant studio of celebrated New York painter and sculptor Hunt Slonem.  The event featured a reception with alumni organized by Hamilton trustee Adrienne Ruger Conzelman ’92.  More ...

“Starting Point” by Curt Confer '02
Multimedia Artist Curt Confer ’02 to Lecture

Multimedia artist Curt Confer ’02 will present a lecture titled “Time Warp: Getting Lost in NYC’s Experimental Art Scene” on Friday, March 6, at 4:15 p.m., in the Kennedy Center’s Barrett Lab Theatre. Confer’s lecture is sponsored by the Theatre Department and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Committee Formed for Presidential Search

Hamilton College has announced the members of the Search Committee that will recommend the college’s next president to the Board of Trustees and created a website to report on the committee’s progress.

The college is seeking a president to succeed Joan Hinde Stewart, who announced her decision to retire on June 30, 2016.  More ...

The winners and judges of the 2015 Pitch Competition.
Annual Pitch Competition Gets “The Move” On

The fifth annual Entrepreneurship Workshop and Pitch Competition took place over the past weekend, drawing interest from alumni and students alike. The event was open to current students and Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD).  Peter Kazickas ’15 won first place with his pitch for The Move, a mobile application that is designed to promote local social activities.  More ...

Dan Chambliss
Chambliss Discusses How College Works

Daniel Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, discussed How College Works at several colleges and secondary schools during past few months. Chambliss co-authored the book with his former student Christopher Takacs ’05.  More ...

Robert Knight
Knight’s Work Featured in MWPAI Exhibition

“Robert Knight: In God’s House,” a collection of photographs and video by Assistant Professor of Art Robert Knight, is on display Feb. 24 through Sept. 13 at Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute (MWPAI) in Utica, N.Y. The exhibition focuses on the adaptation of religious spaces in the Utica area.  More ...

Inside the White House With James Dinneen '05

As the sun shone on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, six Hamilton students and their professor lined up at the security gate preparing to cross the threshold of one of the most iconic homes in our nation’s capital. More security checks followed but finally, we were permitted access. After passing through the large doors into the building we entered wide white halls with high ceilings and a grandiose stairway that immediately made a guest feel that “they had arrived.”  More ...

Etching by Buchholz ’80 in Print Exhibition

An etching by Scholar-in-Residence Amy Buchholz ’80 was selected for inclusion in the 2015 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition. The show continues through Feb. 27 at Arkansas State University’s Bradbury Gallery.  More ...

Panelists Cassandra Harris-Lockwood K'74, Dana Hubbard, Kevin Alexander '13 and Anne Lansing.
Hamilton Welcomes Panel of Utica Community Leaders

Hamilton College on Feb. 16 welcomed four area residents, each boasting an impressive resume of work within the Utica community, for a discussion “The Utica Panel: Examining Social Issues and Community Connections.”  More ...

Hamilton Opportunity Program students in Albany.
Opportunity Program Students Take Message to Albany

Hamilton Opportunity Program (HEOP) students met with Ronald Kim ’02, HEOP alumnus and the first Korean-American New York Assemblyman, when they traveled to Albany, N .Y., on Feb. 10 for Student Aid Alliance Day. This yearly event allows students from across New York State to talk to N.Y. legislators about the value of state aid programs like HEOP and the New York State Tuition Assistsance Program (TAP).  More ...

Neil Edwards ’14 Leaves Malawi after 4 months of Volunteer Teaching

Neil started teaching at Kazembe Primary School in the rural village of Lifuwu, Malawi in September of 2014 with an organization called help2kids. For the past four months, he has had the opportunity to teach English to the students of Standard 8 and help prepare them for their secondary school entrance examinations.   More ...

Hamilton students in front of the old Daily News building where Beanstalk offices are located.
NYC Students Visit Michael Stone ’72 and Beanstalk

Students in Hamilton’s program in NYC met with Michael Stone ’72, founder and CEO of Beanstalk, a global brand licensing corporation on Feb. 11 to learn about the brand licensing business.    More ...

The experts at the “Islam: A Religion of Extremism” panel.
Panel of Experts Questions Connection Between Islam and Extremism

With extensive media coverage of gruesome acts committed by ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, Jihadists, the Taliban and the Boko Haram, to name a few, many Americans wonder why Islam lends itself so readily to violent extremism. The same question has been recently raised on-campus by the Enquiry, a weekly opinion editorial sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Institute, prompting the Muslim Students Association (MSA) and the Arabic and Middle East Club (AMEC) to invite a panel of experts to campus in an effort to deepen the community’s understanding of the connection, or lack thereof, between Islam and extremism.  More ...

Marcus Gutierrez '18, Katja Dunlap '18, Mariaelena Hiller Chacin '18 and Aaron Channon engaged in community service in Utica.
The Utica Panel: Examining Social Issues and Community Connections

Hamilton will host a discussion, “The Utica Panel: Examining Social Issues and Community Connections,” with a panel of representatives from local agencies, on Monday, Feb. 16, at 5 p.m., in the Red Pit, Kirner-Johnson Building. The discussion is free and open to the public.  More ...

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