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Bicentennial Initiatives logoHamilton Reaches $117 Million Campaign Goal

Bicentennial Initiatives, a campaign to raise $117 million primarily for three College priorities, has reached its goal 16 months ahead of schedule. Trustees will decide in June whether to raise the goal. More ...

LafleyLafley ’69 Will Give Commencement Address

A.G. Lafley ’69, former chairman and CEO of the Procter & Gamble Co. and chairman of Hamilton’s Board of Trustees, will deliver the Bicentennial Commencement address on Sunday, May 20. Lafley also will be awarded an honorary degree, along with four others. More …

Endowment’s Rebound Exceeds National Average

Vice President for Administration and Finance Karen Leach credits “the acumen of alumni money managers who volunteer their expertise” for Hamilton’s success in a national study of endowment performance. More …

Writing Center Marks 25th Anniversary

Nearly 50,000 student conferences after its 1987 opening, the Nesbitt-Johnston Writing Center stands as a symbol of Hamilton’s abiding commitment to writing well across the disciplines. More …

Six Students Awarded Public Speaking Prizes

The winners, addressing topics ranging from the presidential campaign to the soaring U.S. prison population, were among 18 finalists in the annual competition for the prestigious Warren E. Wright, McKinney and Clark prizes. More …

Nearly 100 Students Serve During Alternative Spring Break

Ignoring the pull of sandy beaches and powdery ski slopes, nearly 100 Hamilton students are spending a week of their March vacation volunteering at one of 10 nonprofit organizations for Alternative Spring Break. More …

Muslim Prayer Room Opens in Chapel

What was once a large storage area on the second floor of the Chapel has been transformed into a Muslim prayer room, the Muslim Student Association’s first dedicated space on campus. More …

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Students sign thank you cards in Kirner-Johnson during STOP (Starting Today Others Pay) celebration on Thursday, February 23, 2012.

Students STOP to Say Thank You

On February 23, Hamilton celebrated STOP — Starting Today Others Pay — the day when the cost of operating the College for the remainder of the academic year is paid not by tuition and fees, but by income from gifts provided by alumni, parents and friends. Story and slideshow …

March Mania Returns

Just days to go as Hamilton competes with four peers for Annual Fund gifts in March Mania.

Meanwhile, classes of the '80s and '90s face off in a special Challenge.


Updates from the Deck

Associate Professor of Biology Mike McCormick and four current and former students are on the third cruise of a National Science Foundation project to study the Larsen B Ice Shelf. Story and blog …