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500 Join the Alumni Ranks at Commencement

Former Vice President Al Gore told Hamilton's new graduates that the true solution to the climate crisis depends upon "exactly the kind of learning you have acquired here." Read Commencement speeches and view a highlights video and photos. More ...


Shining Bright for Posse

President Joan Hinde Stewart was named a 2011 Posse Star by the Posse Foundation, a national non-profit that identifies public high school students with academic and leadership potential who may be overlooked by traditional college selection processes. Hamilton and Posse celebrated a 10-year partnership this year. More ...


Making the Most of Summer

From studying contrafreeloading rats to building a website that explores the banjo's impact on 19th-century American music, dozens of Hamilton students are spending their summer doing research. Others are pursuing a diverse assortment of internships, including work at the Ecuadorian National Assembly and in Vermont helping refugees and new immigrants establish independence through organic farming.


New York Times Features Hamilton in the Civil War

Disunion, a New York Times blog about events during the U.S. Civil War, included a recent entry by Maurice Isserman, the James L. Ferguson Professor of History. The article includes several early Hamilton images. Isserman is also the author of the forthcoming book On the Hill: A Bicentennial History of Hamilton College. More ...


Time is Running Out to Turn Your Name to Gold

Hamilton's Honor Roll of Donors highlights individuals who have made a gift to this year's Annual Fund, which closes on June 30. Take a minute to see who among your classmates has already made a gift (names in gold) and act now to be sure your name is included among them. More ...


Williams Named ACLS Fellow

Associate Professor of History Chad Williams has been named a 2011 fellow by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), the pre-eminent representative of American scholarship in the humanities and related social sciences. Williams' research focuses on W.E.B. Du Bois, African-American soldiers and World War I. More ...


Saluting Stellar Student-Athletes

Men's cross country and track & field national champion Peter Kosgei and women's lacrosse All-American Sarah Bray have received the Riffle Award, presented each year to the most outstanding Hamilton male and female senior athlete. Three other student-athletes earned national awards for academic achievement and three were named All-Americans. More ...

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Remembering Reunions

A record number of alumni and guests returned to campus to celebrate Reunion Weekend earlier this month. Relive the memories. More ...


Creativity on Display

View some of the works by Hamilton student artists on exhibit at the 2011 Student Art Invitational in Emerson Gallery. More ...

 

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