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February 2015

To Do: Register for Hamilton EdX courses

Just two weeks remain before Hamilton’s first online courses debut. Join the MOOC conversation by signing up now for Brent Plate’s Spirituality and Sensuality: Sacred Objects in Religious Life, or Doran Larson’s Incarceration’s Witnesses: American Prison Writing. More ...


Panel of Experts Questions Connection Between Islam and Extremism

Two former U.S. ambassadors participated in a faculty panel that addressed the question: Is Islam a religion of extremism? More ...


Hamilton is a Top Producer of U.S. Fulbright Recipients

In a list published by the Chronicle of Higher Education, Hamilton is the only bachelor’s college among the top 40 where more than half of its applicants received Fulbrights. More ...


5th Interview Mojo Helps Seniors Hone Skills

It was a dress rehearsal for life when 55 seniors gathered in the Annex to take part in mock interviews with alumni, local business people and staff on Jan. 26. More ...


Choir Musical Explores the Underworld

This year’s choir musical, comedic operetta Jacques Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld, was a visual feast. More ...


Couper Press Introduces New Titles

Groundbreaking research on the Shakers, House of David and Mary’s City of David was recently published by the Richard W. Couper Press. More ...


A Lot of Work and a Little Play

Laden with soccer balls, cleats and other gear, six members of the men’s soccer team traveled to Guatemala in January to help construct a school in Chichoy Alto... and play a little soccer. More ...


Project SHINE Celebrates 10 Years

Through this service learning program, students act as English coaches to immigrants and refugees in the Utica area. More ...

This year, Hamilton is celebrating the personal attention and individualized instruction that are hallmarks of a Hamilton education. Visit the Who's Your Hamilton website to browse the hundreds of tributes to teachers and coaches, friends, family, roommates, hall mates and others who have made the College what it was, and is, and is to be. We welcome you to submit a tribute.

Professor of Sociology Dennis Gilbert penned a letter to The New York Times about the meaning of “the middle class.”

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