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October 2014

A Look Back at Fallcoming and Family Weekend

The arts took center stage as the Kennedy Center was dedicated, a new exhibit opened at the Wellin Museum, Linda Johnson ’80 was honored as the Jeff Little ’71 Volunteer of the Year, and Nancy Ferguson Seeley GP’17 received the Bell Ringer Award. More ...


A Change for the Good

Hamilton has been designated a Changemaker Campus by Ashoka U, the higher education program of Ashoka. The international organization promotes social innovation to solve society’s most persistent social issues. More ...


Home on the Range

Hamilton’s new academic program in the Adirondacks, set to begin in fall 2015, will take up residence at The Mountain House in Keene, N.Y. More ...

 

A Crowning Achievement

For the first time in 19 years, members of Hamilton’s Outing Club have successfully summited all 46 High Peaks in the Adirondacks. More ...


Art Majors Paint the Town

Thirteen senior art concentrators and Hamilton art professors made their annual trek to New York City where they visited the studios, galleries and homes of five practicing artists. More ...


Wall-to-Wall Art

A new Wellin Museum exhibit, “Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature,” features the abstract artist’s monumental sculptures, photo-collages and installations, including a piece that incorporates the talents of Hamilton students. More ...


​400,000 Calls for Action

Students and alumni were among the 400,000 participants urging political action against climate change during the People’s Climate March in September in New York City. More ...


Field Hockey Welcomes Newest Member

The team has drafted 12-year-old Sophia Johnson and her family into its program through Team Impact, a non-profit that matches children with life-threatening and chronic illnesses with college athletic teams. More ...

Dan ChamblissSociologist Dan Chambliss was featured in a Chronicle of Higher Education video about How College Works, the book he wrote with Chris Takacs ’05.

Azriel GrysmanAzriel Grysman, visiting assistant professor of psychology, was quoted on gender differences and memory research in “Why Men Never Remember Anything”, an article that appeared in the online New York Magazine.

Phil Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government, commented in “Why Are The Knives Out For The Democratic Party Chair?”, which appeared in Talking Points Memo, a major political news website.

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