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Professor of English Emeritus George Bahlke dies

Read tributes to Bahlke, who died on Feb. 1; he taught on the Hill for more than three decades after coming to Kirkland College in 1969. More …
 

Career-shadowing program lets students follow the pros

More than 50 students partnered with Hamilton alumni and parents in New York City as part of the Maurice Horowitch Career Center’s inaugural career-shadowing program, HamiltonExplore. More …
 

Work to begin on Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art

A spring groundbreaking is planned for the 30,000-square-foot teaching museum, one of the keystones of the new $117 million Bicentennial Initiatives campaign. More …
 

Rosenbaum ’14 sets three swim records at NESCAC

Maggie Rosenbaum ’14 broke Hamilton and pool records in three events at the NESCAC swimming and diving championships at Williams College, qualifying for Division III championship competition in the 200-yard backstroke. More …
 

Men win top seed in NESCAC ice hockey tourney

Hamilton will host Wesleyan in a Feb. 26 quarterfinal contest after going unbeaten in the last eight games of the season to earn its first No. 1 seed in the 12-year history of the event. More …
 

Late Nite Programs an alcohol-free alternative

Friday Late Nite Programs such as Casino Night, Bollywood and Bhangra parties, Hamskate and the Snow Ball are offering Hamilton students a great way to start the weekend in an alcohol-free setting. More …
 

Students lead effort against eating disorders

The ongoing National Eating Disorder Awareness Week aims to reduce the stigma of such disorders while helping women toward healthier body images. More …
 

Hewko ’79 named top exec at Rotary International

John Hewko will be the global service organization’s new general secretary, managing more than 600 employees and overseeing more than $180 million in annual education and humanitarian projects. More …
 

Walker ’62 provides eye on Mideast for media, class

As political power shifts in the Middle East, the thoughts of Edward S. Walker, Jr. ’62 — the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory as well as a former ambassador who held several key posts in the region — are in demand not only in the news media but also in a well-timed seminar on the Hill. More …
 

17 elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Seventeen seniors have been elected to the Epsilon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest and most prestigious honor society in the country. More …
 

Author explores ‘fetal personhood’ in Levitt Series

Princeton scholar Elizabeth Mitchell Armstrong argued at a Feb. 7 presentation that our ideas about pregnancy and fetal development are complicated by contradictions and paradoxes. More …
 

College marks The Power of Many Day

Feb. 22 represents the point on Hamilton's academic calendar when tuition stops paying for students' education, and the generosity of alumni, parents and friends — through current gifts and the endowment — begins to assume the cost. More …

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Grand Hotel a Triumph

The Hamilton College Choir mounted an elaborate production of its spring musical Feb. 4-6 in Wellin Hall. See the slideshow …
 

MP3 Experiment: Digital improv

Think “Simon Says” with earbuds, a mystery soundtrack, balloons and dozens of students. See the slideshow and video …
 

Behind the scenes: Our Lady of 121st Street

Director Mark Cryer and Allen Harrison, associate dean of students for diversity and accessibility, talk about the importance of the recent theatre production. See the slideshow and video …

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