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New class greeted with good U.S. News

Hamilton found itself in a favorable spot on the 2006 U.S. News & World Report rankings of liberal arts colleges -- tied for 15 with Colgate University and Grinnell College. It marks the highest ranking ever for the College in the much-publicized listing. Hamilton, Vassar College and Colgate University are the only three New York institutions ranked among the top 25 liberal arts colleges. More...


Unveiling the Science Center 

"If you bring creative professors together with dedicated students in a state-of-the-art facility, the possibilities are infinite." Those words by Congressman Sherwood L. Boehlert, chairman of the House Committee on Science, summed up the sentiment of the overflow crowd that packed into the new Science Center's atrium at its official dedication on Sept. 30. More...


First-Year Forum extends orientation

Getting into college for today's over-achieving adolescents is tough; adjusting to college may be just as difficult. A new program started this fall at Hamilton attempts to ease the transition. More...


Fitness Center getting in shape

When the expansion and renovation of the former Saunders Hall of Chemistry is complete in August, the sounds of bubbling test tubes will be replaced by the whir of elliptical machines. A new fitness center, nearly triple the size of the current fitness room in the Scott Field House, will feature resistance and weight-lifting machines, equipment for aerobic/cardio training, free weights and a 3,000 square foot rock-climbing wall. More...
 

Former AD house dining room named for Keehns

The dining room in Eells Residence Hall, formerly the Alpha Delta Phi house, was dedicated in memory of Marjorie B. and Grant Keehn '21 during Fallcoming Weekend. More...


SHINE on, volunteers

Aletha Asay '05, Hamilton's Project SHINE coordinator, is hoping to put herself out of a job. If she has her way, SHINE, the two-year-old service learning project offered through the Levitt Center, will become a student leadership program that will continue when grant funding ends. More...

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