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January 2015


Hamilton Mourns the Loss of Don Potter

A highly regarded teacher and scholar who helped establish the Clinton A Better Chance program, Professor of Geology Emeritus Donald Potter died on Jan. 20 following complications from a fall. More ...
 

Boosting the Area's Economy

Hamilton has a significant economic impact on the region according to a new study for the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities. More ...
 


Selected for Service

Three more Hamilton students were selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University in March, where 1000+ student leaders will discuss current global challenges. More ...
 


A Novel Idea

A high school English class writing assignment morphed into a Harper Collins young adult novel for first-year student author Amy Zhang ’18. More ...
 


Learning to Lead

The 4th Annual Levitt Leadership Institute helped 24 students recognize, develop and practice their leadership skills. More ...
 


Breaking Bread

Members of the men’s hockey team form close bonds with Clinton hockey families by sharing meals and a love of the game. More ...
 


Major Progress at Minor

The conversion of Minor Theater to a residence hall is proceeding on schedule with an anticipated August 2015 completion date. More ...
 


Smallen Grants Spark Creativity

Eight students will benefit from Steven Daniel Smallen Memorial Fund creativity grants. More ...
 
 


Media Coverage Highlights Faculty Books

Faculty authors and experts helped Hamilton attract the attention of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today in 2014. More ...

Northeast Sports Network (NSN) is producing video webcasts of Hamilton games for the remainder of the 2014-15 academic year. All broadcasts are available at no cost to viewers. See the weekly Hamilton schedule ...

Two interactive courses led by Hamilton professors will be launched in March through the nonprofit, online learning platform edX.


Spirituality and Sensuality: Sacred Objects in Religious Life, beginning on March 1 and offered by Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate.

American Prison Witness: Understanding U.S. Penal Practice and Its Future through the Voices of the Condemned, beginning March 2 and offered by Professor of English Doran Larson.

  • A letter by two Hamilton professors about their research on the transition of sacred spaces was published in the Wall Street Journal.
  • The New York Times published a letter by Senior Director of Media Relations Vige Barrie about a Levitt Youth Poll on abortion views.

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