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Bryan Edwards '19, left, and Stephanie Zhang '19 sign the honor code during convocation.
Convocation Opens Hamilton's 204th Year

President Joan Hinde Stewart presided over the annual Convocation ceremony that officially opened Hamilton’s 204th year on Wednesday, Aug. 26. New to theis year's ceremony was a collective signing of the honor code card by the entire class of 2019.  More ...

Eric Collins '17
Collins '17 and Dennis '18 Create New Computer Programming Language

As many who have tried computer coding know, the introductory languages used in the field can often be difficult to approach and unintuitive. It is with this in mind that Eric Collins ’17 and Alex Dennis ’18 with Associate Professor of Computer Science Alistair Campbell, are this summer creating a new programming language called CSPy geared specifically toward beginners.  More ...

Annie Whitehurst at the Great Wall of China.
Annie Whitehurst ’16 Interns with U.S. Embassy in Beijing

Sixty-one percent of Hamilton students study off campus for a semester or full year. Last summer and fall, Annie Whitehurst ’16 was one of those students, studying abroad through Hamilton’s Associated Colleges in China (ACC) program. After a summer and semester in Beijing, however, Whitehurst was not ready to leave China for good. She returned to Beijing this summer as an intern with the Foreign Commercial Service at the U.S. Embassy. With support from the Scott Steven Morris ’86 Fund managed by Hamilton’s Career and Life Outcomes Center, Whitehurst spent the summer planning events, conducting research, and enjoying more time in China.  More ...

The Hamilton Serves group helped  clean up for the end of the season at Kamp Kiwanis in Taberg.
8th Annual Hamilton Serves Brings Students to Community

The 475 members of Hamilton’s Class of 2019 got a glimpse of the area and at the same time helped area non-profit agencies when they participated in the 8th annual Hamilton Serves on Aug. 26.  Students spent the morning volunteering at one of 43 local non-profit agencies.  More ...

Christopher Powell ’17 Interns in Guatemala With Tree 4 Hope

Christopher Powell ’17 has just returned home from a summer spent helping orphaned and displaced children in Guatemala through an internship with Tree 4 Hope, a U.S.-based non-profit. Powell was one of a number of students this year who received Levitt Public Service Internship Awards to fund their unpaid or minimally paid summer internships focusing on public service.  More ...

Chloe Ma'17 at her internship at Global Nomads Group.
Chloe Ma ’17 Becomes a Global Nomad

One day, Chloe Ma ’17 hopes to start her own international non-governmental organization. This summer she gained valuable experience toward that goal. With funding from the Summer Internship Support Fund, she worked as the summer operations intern at Global Nomads Group, a non-profit organization that uses technology to foster cultural exchange between youth all around the world.   More ...

Thompson Interviewed on NPR's Here & Now

National Public Radio’s Here & Now news show featured a portion of an interview with Dean of Students Nancy Thompson on August 21 in a segment titled “There Are 3 Ways to Get a College Roommate. Which Is Best?” Thompson discussed Hamilton’s residential life philosophy that learning to live with others is an important part of the residential experience.  More ...

Shoshana Keller
Keller Publishes Article

Professor of History Shoshana Keller has published “The Puzzle of Manual Harvest in Uzbekistan: Economics, Status and Labour in the Khrushchev Era,” in Central Asian Survey Vol. 34, No. 3(Summer 2015): 296–309. The article deals with the economic and cultural roots of Uzbekistan’s practice of forcing hundreds of thousands of children every year to harvest cotton by hand.  More ...

Muhammad Najib ’18
Falling Oil Prices: Great for Consumers, Bad for Russian Economy

While falling prices at the gas pump may be a boon for everyday consumers, fluctuations in the price of gasoline can have very real consequences for nations such as Russia, the second largest exporter of oil in the world. Muhammad Najib ’18, along with Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics Onur Sapci, is this summer attempting to assess the impacts that falling oil prices have had and will continue to have upon the Russia’s economy, politics and macroeconomic policy decisions.  More ...

Onno Oerlemans
Oerlemans Discusses Birdsong and Poetry at NASSR Conference

Professor of English and Creative Writing Onno Oerlemans delivered a paper titled “‘The Self-Same Song:’ Birdsong and Romantic Poetics” at the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) conference in Winnipeg.  More ...

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